Summit resident, Sunil Garg began painting, drawing, and playing music at a young age in India, without any “formal” training, but rather in the age old “guru” system of apprenticeship to established artists, sculptors, designers, and musicians. After earning a B.S. in chemistry at St. Stephen’s College in New Delhi, he came to NY to pursue a Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry and Physics at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ, simultaneously pursuing his art and music aspirations, sharing the stage with such names at Ornette Coleman, Beaver Harris, Dave Burell, and Archie Shepp. He also went on to earn a law degree specializing in environmental, energy, and natural resource issues. Over the past years, Garg has amalgamated his scientific and technical experiences with his artistic aspiration to create art that adapts to its environment. Using lightweight materials such as wire mesh, expandable foam, discarded plastic bags, and packaging materials, he creates works resulting in transparency, translucency, lightness, and mobility.