December is Columbus' unofficial Tiny Art Month. Many galleries around town break out smaller works right around the holidays because they make good gifts. If you're still short a present for one of the creative souls on your list, stop by one of these galleries this weekend. Or, if you're not a procrastinator, visit each of the galleries as a sort of holiday art tour.

December is Columbus' unofficial Tiny Art Month. Many galleries around town break out smaller works right around the holidays because they make good gifts. If you're still short a present for one of the creative souls on your list, stop by one of these galleries this weekend. Or, if you're not a procrastinator, visit each of the galleries as a sort of holiday art tour.

"Sideshow"

Muse Gallery

Through Dec. 23

188 E. Whittier St., German Village

amusegallery.com

Check out 20 of Levent Isik's glossy, vibrant pieces and other artists' works before Muse closes for the rest of the year.

"Thumb BoxExhibition"

Ohio Art League

Through Dec. 31

1552 N. High St., South Campus

oal.org

Laura Alexander, Boryana Ina, Sharon Dorsey and Dan Gerdeman are among the local artists showing work in the South Campus Gateway space.

"Holiday Salon Show"

Marcia Evans Gallery

Through Dec. 31

8 E. Lincoln St., Short North

Artwork by John Donnelly, Michael Halliday, Larry Hamill, Annette Poitau, Linda Wesner and others is on display, and infinity scarves by Jenn Rossi and felted wool scarves by Wendy Franklin are on sale.

83 Gallery

Through Sunday, Jan. 1

1038 N. High St., Short North

83gallery.com

The walls of 83 Gallery are covered in 191 pieces - mostly small ones - by 40 local artists.

"Small and Wonderful"

Hammond Harkins Gallery

Through Jan. 15

2264 E. Main St., Bexley

hammondharkins.com

The exhibition includes Aminah Robinson's new Millennium series, which confronts the disappearance of public housing, as well as a miniature chess set of "Alice in Wonderland" characters by sculpture Joan Wobst.