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(Reception: December 6, 4-7 p.m.)

Bridge Art Gallery is proud to present works by Mark Grim + Brian Elder.

Mark Grim received artistic training at Cal State San Francisco (BFA degree) as well as the Massachusetts College of Art. His work has been displayed in more than a dozen group and solo shows, and he has been an artist in residence at the Palce of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco. Mark describes his colorful abstract paintings “[an] attempt to bring together a synthesis of the recognizable and the abstracted”. He is interested, he says, in “the tension between opposites”.

"In The Gulch" by Mark Grim.  (Acrylic on panel, 17X15.)

“In The Gulch” by Mark Grim. (Acrylic on panel, 17X15.)


"The Birth of Cool" by Mark Grim. (Acrylic 16X20.)

“The Birth of Cool” by Mark Grim. (Acrylic 16X20.)










Water colorist Brian Elder describes the subject of his work as “the loneliness of beauty”. He has been a painter for five decades and remarks, “this is not my first rodeo by any means”. He spends significant time painting in wild places. He is interested in looking at “the currents of universal love flowing through everything” and presents his prints and paintings as reflections of that.

"Flicker" by Brian Elder. (Watercolor.)

“Flicker” by Brian Elder. (Watercolor.)

Find more information about Mark and Brian by clicking here and here.


Steve Hurst, a studio artist/clockmaker at Bridge Art Space will be hosting a show at his Point Richmond studio (38 Washington Avenue, next to Hotel Mac) on Sunday, October 26th, from 2 to 7 p.m.

The exhibition will feature Steve’s newest (and some familiar) pieces including new illuminated wall art. Featured, also, will be paintings by Point Richmond artist, Sean Papillion; special exhibit of photography by the late Joe Harris; mosaic bicycles, sculpture and wall art of Daud Abdullah; wood sculptures by Donovan Miller; and exotic wood turnings by John Tyler.

Refreshments will be served. STEVENart Design is located next to Hotel Mac in beautiful, historic Point Richmond. For more information, call 510.932.6085.

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Steve describes this exhibit is “an offering” to the growing art community in Point Richmond, and is excited to be featuring the work of several local artists. The show will also feature live music provided by jazz pianist, Ben Flint.

If you have never been to “The Point”, plan on spending some time here. With international restaurants (Brazilian, German, Chinese, Thai, , two parks, a beach, a playhouse, and other amenities (yes, we have a Starbucks).

And of course, you are also encouraged to visit the nearby Bridge Art and Storage Space, at 23 Maine Avenue, where you can see our new plant nursery, check out the storage spaces and studios for rent, and visit our office gallery and learn more about our growing arts community.