A stalwart within the Easton community, Betty Huang has had an interest in the arts from a young age. As a child, Betty found herself inspired by the work of impressionists like Eugene Boudin, Claude Monet, and Joaquin Sorolla for their use of color to capture light and emotion. She uses these inspirations to bring her own visions to life on canvas. Today, Betty Huang finds inspiration from her camaraderie with artists around the world. Her love for the different cultures and identities she encounters from country-to-country guide her artistic choices. Like the impressionists before her, Betty’s work has an unrelenting depth that allows you to marvel at nature’s majestic beauty wherever you choose to place it.