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September 17, 2015
By Alyssa Brown
From a young age, Shriya Garg has had a passion and talent for art. She fondly remembers her mother bringing home huge boxes of crayons and colored pencils, which Garg used to draw all over the walls. Instead of attempting to rein in those examples of her artistic exuberance, Garg’s parents preserved it, and her earliest work still decorates the walls of her former family home.
As she grew older, Garg took art classes outside of her normal academic schedule, and participated in summer art school at Parsons School of Design. While her family lives in India, Garg is...continue reading
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