Etian Huang (born 2008) has loved drawing since he could hold a pencil. He paints his dreams and “what his brain tells him to.” He is serious about his art and would rather not be told what to do. Instead, he prefers to choose what he likes, including toy cars, pencils, sticks, sponges, cucumbers, and, of course, paint brushes to express himself on the canvas. He truly enjoys his inventions and creative ways, which include jumping up and down as he throws color-soaked sponges and listening to the sounds they make while creating fireworks on the canvas. He uses his cars and trucks to make trails, tracks, and abstract lines that wrap around and intertwine like spider webs. Etian sometimes draws imaginative images, figures, and animals, and, once in a while, he will paint a still life from his memory. This exhibition will feature 60 pieces selected to illustrate Etian’s creative journey.
In the 6-minute video, one of Etian's art collectors, Ms. Liang, an art student from Emory University, commented on Etian's work - The Fireworks.
The Exhibition will be held at Shanye Huang Studio Gallery:
1628 Oaklawn Court, Silver Spring, MD 20903
Gallery hours: Wednesday- Friday 10am-2pm. Non-gallery hours by appointment
For more information please call: 301-908-1567 or 240-374-2921