The final art walk of 2015 has arrived and Phoenix saved the best for last, so here are five must see shows we think you should check out before the opportunity is gone for good. Find more information in Artlink’s website.

This show features nationally recognized artist, Thomas Breeze in his first solo exhibit in Phoenix in several years. Without a doubt, Breeze will be delivering his iconic style in a whole new fashion. Catch a glimpse of his work tonight from 6-10 p.m. at Modified Arts at 407 E Roosevelt. Find more info here.

From "Microcosms." Courtesy of Thomas Breeze Marcus.

From “Microcosms.” Courtesy of Thomas Breeze Marcus.

This group exhibit features a large selection of local artists in a unique show that presents work based on the concept, portmanteau. Defined as a morphing of two meanings…or a suitcase, this peculiar show promises to be “strange-mazing!” Doors from 6-10 p.m. at Public Image at 333 E. Roosevelt.

25 new collaborations hit The Hive tonight from JB Snyder, Tato Caraveo and James B. Hunt in an exciting exhibit that explores the facets of street art and fine art realized in spray paint. Live music by Just Chris and plenty of food and drinks to be provided. Open from 6-10 p.m. and located at 2222 N. 16th Street. Find more info here.

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From “Triumvirate.” Courtesy of JB Snyder.

The Art of Fearlessly Doing Business
Fine artist Michelle Neal highlights 13 unique business leaders from around the valley that captures each subject in a distinct way. Discover more about this project and the featured Fearless here and see the show 9 the Gallery from 6-10 p.m., located at 1229 Grand Avenue.

Psychic Space Twins
This “haunted psychedelic art show” may not be a nightmare before Christmas, but it is sure to ensnare the senses and captivate the imagination as artists Oliver Hibert and Jacqueline Denton show off their latest psychedelic designs after a decade of international fame. Join the Palabra Collective tonight from 7-11 p.m., located at 630 E. Pierce.