Downtown Fullerton Art Walk Turns 5

The Downtown Fullerton Art Walk will commemorate its landmark 5th Anniversary with a monumental art event at the Fullerton Museum Plaza in Fullerton, California on Friday, March 6, 2015 6-10pm. It’s all ages, free to the public and attracts over 2,000 art enthusiasts to the city for the celebration.

PÄS will have a booth along with all our art friends throughout fullerton. there will be a ton of street trucks, live music, beer garden, and plenty of art. see you soon…


RSVP on the book: www.facebook.com/events/941175145901352

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Yohannes “Johnny” Renggli!


PÄS Gallery presents

Fusion Art Works

Yohannes “Johnny” Renggli

Johnny Renggli mixes art forms, mediums and functions which allow him to describe and demonstrate a simple idea that grows and evolves into a wonderful work of expressive art. His collaborative process fuses painting, collage, crafts and more to achieve the realisation of each piece’s original vision.

Johnny comes from a creative background as an entrepreneur who has designed and restored many projects including a little cafe, a cozy world renowned Mask Bar, and a traditional Ethiopian restaurant with an underground bar. He is a father, husband, teacher and an astronomy enthusiast. Today, he takes time to play and express life through his fusion art works.

Join us on Friday, January 2, 2015 from 6-10pm for the opening reception. We will also host an Artist Talk in mid-late January (TBD). Works will be on display through February 6, 2015. All ages. Always free.

RSVP on Facebook.



Ken Ruzic!

Sympathies & Antipathies Ken Ruzic!

We are so fortunate, honored, and downright lucky to have Ken Ruzic exhibit his “Monumental Work and Stuff” for November in a show titled, “Sympathies & Antipathies.” The detail in his works are both endearing and disturbing as you’re drawn in by his friendly aesthetic only to get deeper where you are stating acronyms such as WTF and OMG and maybe a little LOL when you reach a point of focus in between the lines. Ken Ruzic is prolific to say the least. And we are excited to share two galleries of the Magoski Arts Colony walls filled with his mind-bending work…

Come out Friday, November 7 from 6-10 when we’ll have Ken’s work stretched from the front of PÄS to the end of the Egan. See you there.

As always, it’s free.