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 is a member of VAM (Visual Arts Mississauga) and BAB (Beaux Arts Brampton). She continues to take part in competitions and shows. Her works has been displayed in Brampton City Hall, The Rose Theatre, Helson Gallery and Buckhorn Fine Art Festival, where her entries won second prize in Open Category for Acrylic, 2017 and 2018. Her submission 'Orange Tulips' was selected for 50th International Open Juried Exhibition, 2018 - SCA
Milly's studio is located in Williams Mill Visual Art Centre. She 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
Opening Reception and Awards presentation:
July 26, 7 - 9:30 pm
Papermill Gallery, Todmodern Mills Heritage Site 67 Pottery Road, Toronto, ON
Acrylic on wood board
9'' x 12'' x 1.5''