RICHMOND -- A free exhibit of art by young people ages 7 to 12 will open with a reception at 7 p.m. Saturday at Bridge Art Space, 23 Maine St.
The show, which runs through June 8, features 14 young local artists in second to sixth grade who are in the Kids Art program taught by Camille Zulpo of Point Richmond.
Works will include sculptures, paintings, papier-mÃ¢ché art, dragons, drawings and 3D robots created by the young talents.
In addition to displaying their art, the students will be providing live entertainment at the reception, including piano pieces played by students of Susie Davis.
Bridge Art Space manager Daryl Henline has donated the gallery and other locations there for the exhibit.
Zulpo is a retired public and private schoolteacher has been providing the Kids Art program to children at her Point Richmond studio for more than six years, emphasizing exploring different mediums and enjoying the creative process.