Milly’s life took her is different directions, the impetus to seriously pursue painting came in the autumn of 2010. The opportunity to take a course in Impressionist painting, which centered around Claude Monet’s works, inspired Milly into picking up her paint brushes. Since then she has learnt from other artists and developed her own style. A keen gardener with a deep love for nature and the outdoors, Milly’s source of inspiration is often the blooms in her garden and the places she has visited.
Milly has taken part in multiple shows and has exhibited her works in Beaux-Arts Brampton, Brampton City Hall, Helson Gallery, Williams Mill Visual Arts Centre Gallery, and Buckhorn, where her entry won second prize in Open Category for Acrylic, 2017. She is part of Halton Hills Wildlife and Nature Artists group.
Milly works mainly with acrylic, however, she enjoys exploring different mediums and subject matter as well.
“Painting is a passion that sets my mind free by allowing me to express my inner self.”
- Milly Tseng
Homeward Bound 12 x 12
2nd prize for Open Category in Acrylic
Camouflage was selected for this show.
Helson Gallery Curator, Judy Daley gave an exhibition talk on April 2 at 2 p.m. in the www.haltonhills.ca/gallery
A group exhibition in the main gallery of Beaux Arts Brampton by the oil painting students of Internationally renowned Wildlife Artist Kelly McNeil. Juror – Sandra Robson
”Home Coming” won 1st prize
“Move On” received Honorable Mention award.
A very interesting and exciting moment, my first solo show in Beaux-Arts Brampton. Curated show and introduced Lena Yee (my sister) a crafter, to the art club.
I was pleasantly surprised when my image, A touch of autumn got selected for the show.
Norval Wildlife and Nature Artists is a new group of artists at 16 Adamson St. (Winston Churchill Blvd.) in Norval (formerly the Canoe Country building). The group is hosting its Grand Opening (Meet the Artists), this Saturday, Feb. 27, 12-7 p.m.
From left to right: Vicki McCracken, Milly Tseng, Guylaine LeBlanc,Kelly McNeil and Stella Marin.
As part of a group of seven new members who joined Beaux- Arts Brampton, we were given the opportunity to learn how to plan, organize and arrange an art show. The show was announced in the Brampton Guardian and the promotional material used for the event can be viewed here.
As part of a group of four artists with varying experience, style, age and outlook we
decided to get together to put up this show.
After completing courses with Nancy Foster, her students put up this show and this is the first exposure I had with the art world! My hope is this is the beginning of many more shows to come.
The event was featured in the Brampton Guardian.