On November 9, 2016, I visited the Wignall Museum located at Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga. At the Wignall Museum, they had a viewing of fan art for the book we are currently reading in class called Eleanor and Park. There were many amazing drawings and collages made to describe Eleanor and Park but two photos stuck out to me. The two photos I found intriguing included a quote from the book, “She never looked nice, she looked like art.” As I am reading this book currently for my English class this line stated by Park about Eleanor also really caught my attention.  For me it symbolizes how beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Many people can look at the same piece of art and interpret in many different ways. The same way Eleanor was viewed by her classmates and Park.  As Park is starting to fall in love with her, he starts to love each unique characteristic about her.  Other characters in the book viewed Eleanor’s appearance in a negative way, such as weird, fat, and ugly. Where Park starts to find her to be the complete opposite of this description and is intrigued by her style and appearance.