Bird Rock youngsters visit La Jolla arts studio

Porscia Talbot offers some pointers to twins Reagan and Zoe Aalbers. Photo: Heather Mann

Emily shows off her work. Photo: Heather Mann

A group of first graders from Bird Rock Elementary school exercised their creative skills at a drop-in class on a recent Wednesday afternoon at My Art Shed at 7426 Girard Ave. Porschia Talbot owns the business, which provides arts and activities for children and adults as well as a gallery.

Regan Aalbers gets down to business. Photo: Heather Mann

Kendall concentrates on her project. Photo: Heather Mann

Emily and her friends Reagan, center, and Zoe Aalbers work on their creations. Photo: Heather Mann

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