Downtown Art Walk Presents: Small Works Holiday Show

Downtown Art Walk Presents: Small Works Holiday Show

Flower to the People of Berlin by Thierry Noir


November 21st, 2016 —This December, the Downtown Art Walk will be hosting a very special Small Works Holiday Show in collaboration with local art spaces Howard Griffin GallerySugar Press, and REN Gallery. Featuring a collection of small, limited edition prints from local and international artists such as Thierry Noir, Louis XXX, Lisa Mansy, Rachel Brown, Colette Miller, Rohitash Roa, & more, this one night event is designed to encourage Art Walk patrons to truly make an impact this season by giving the gift of ART! The show, which will include prints in the $50 to $300 range, will take place at our Lounge, located at 634 S. Spring St., on Thursday, November 10th from 6 to 10pm.

Participating galleries for this month’s Downtown Art Walk event include: Fathom Gallery, The Spring Arts Collective, DAC Gallery, REN Gallery, Howard Griffin Gallery, Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts Gallery, the Fine Arts Building, The Hive, Think Tank Gallery, Berta Art Studios, These Days Gallery, and Little Tokyo Art Complex.

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ABOUT THE EXHIBITORS Howard Griffin Gallery

Howard Griffin Gallery is an internationally focused contemporary art gallery originally specializing in installation based exhibitions. The Gallery was founded in 2013 and currently has locations in London and Los Angeles. The Gallery is active in organizing public art projects and on occasion launches off site installations and exhibitions around the world.

REN Gallery

Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles’s art community REN Gallery is a leading contemporary gallery exhibiting pop, urban, and geometric abstract art. REN Gallery is committed to building unique quality collections for our clientele while fostering the careers of artists based here in Los Angeles.

Sugar Press

Presented by Fathom Gallery, Sugar Press is a new series of limited edition art prints on 100% recycled watercolor paper that is made from a blend of sugar cane and cotton fibers. Every Sugar Press Artist has been chosen by their curatorial team to bring you an interesting and broad selection of fine art. They work directly, one-on-one, with each artist to make sure their original vision is translated onto paper to the highest technical and archival standards. Every print is approved and signed by the artist.


The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk takes place on the second Thursday of each month, attracting over 12,000 attendees to the Historic Core. For 12 years, Art Walk remains the premier self-guided public art phenomenon in Downtown Los Angeles, bringing together art lovers, community members, and repeat visitors who collect art, dine, and shop at local businesses.