Millie Greene

Millie Greene was born in New York. She is a long time resident of California and is residing in Santa Monica.  Oil painter of many subjects, she is well known for her vibrant florals and still-life. Millie is the recipient of many awards, and is called on to judge numerous art shows.  Millie has been in group shows at the Pasadena Art Museum, Brand Library, Pacific Palisades Library and numerous art galleries. She was viewed in the Veranda Magazine and the Butterfield Auction catalogs. Millie has shown at the Huntington Museum and Mitchell Museum in Colorado and will also be in an upcoming show at the California Museum of Fine Art this March.

 Millie's work has been shown at the New Masters Gallery in Carmel and MGM Grand in Las Vegas. She was also with Dassin Gallery at the Pacific Design Center for many years. Millie is an artist member of the California Art Club and Oil Painters of America.  Former scholarship student and personal secretary of the late Sergei Bongart "famous Russian impressionist" Millie now teaches the Bongart method in school in Santa Monica.

Millie also studied with master artists, Max Turner and Peter Liashkov, instructor at the Art Center School of Design, UCLA, and Otis Art Institute.  Her inspiration to paint is: “Capturing and Seeing and Believing What is Real to Immortalize its Beauty.”