John Huang looks at the world with an artist’s eye. He sees shapes and colors that the rest of us normally miss.
Then he faithfully reproduces his vision via the artist’s palette, giving us a slightly altered impression of reality that makes the viewer stop and think about the world around them.
It’s all even more impressive that Huang is a 9-year-old student in the fourth grade at Shelyn Elementary School in Rowland Heights.
And the young artist is sharing his vision with the rest of the community via a display of his artwork at the Rowland Heights Public Library at 1850 Nogales St. It will remain through mid-February.