Application Update | 1 More Week to Apply for Representation in Xanadu Gallery’s 2nd Gallery Space

Last month we announced that we had opened a new, second location on Main Street in Scottsdale. I wanted to give all of those of you who have applied to show with us in our new gallery space an update on the application process. I know you are all anxious to see if you’ve been selected to show in the new gallery space. The application process closes next Tuesday, December 15th. I am anticipating it will take about a week for us to review the applications.

We’ve already had some great sales out of the new gallery space and I’m excited to bring new artwork into the mix.

If you would like to apply for representation but haven’t had the chance, you can do so by navigating to our application page. You will have until midnight on December 15th to complete your application.

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About the Author: Jason Horejs

Jason Horejs is the Owner of Xanadu Gallery, author of best selling books "Starving" to Successful & How to Sell Art , publisher of reddotblog.com, and founder of the Art Business Academy. Jason has helped thousands of artists prepare themselves to more effectively market their work, build relationships with galleries and collectors, and turn their artistic passion into a viable business.

8 Comments

  1. Hi Jason; I have been reading “Red Dot Blog” for some time and agree with much you have had to say.
    I am not a “struggling artist” , over the years I have built a number of collectors, I do not sell from my website or any art shows. I have 2 main galleries that I supply (although one “Mountain Galleries” has 3 locations) and two smaller galleries that are close to where I live. They sell pretty well everything I produce.
    I have toyed with the idea of expanding to other areas, just for a wider market. Especially to galleries in the western US. I don’t know if you are taking on any “higher end” artists but thought I would pass it by you.
    Cheers

  2. Judi Bright
    Thank you, Jason, for the opportunity. I have completed my submission. However, a question still looms. Will you be representing any artists in your second gallery whose work is in a media that necessitates presentation under glass?

    1. Hi Judy – the answer is, “yes!” I already have one artist in the new gallery behind glass, and if the work is right for us, I won’t let glass get in the way.

  3. Thanks, Jason, for saying “YES” to artwork under glass! I already sent in the application with images of my collages. In your article about how to ship art-work, you made a great suggestion about substituting a temporary plexi-glass cover, and asking the gallery / client to put in real glass after the work arrives. (With cost factored into price.) It sure takes the worry out of the equation. Working with commercial frames that come in “standard”, popular sizes also makes it easier and more cost effective to order the new glass later.

  4. Hello Jason,
    Regrettably, I found out about submission to your gallery 2 days after the close date. I hope you will have another call for submissions soon!

    I just found your blog too. Looks like a lot of good information for me to look into.

    Thanks!
    Ben Gill

  5. Hello Jason, I also just read about your submission application to your new gallery. I’ve been reading your blogs when I get a chance ,thank you for all you do.

    Ken

  6. It’s official! I am addicted to your blog posts! So sorry I missed the entry dates. Oh well maybe a 3rd gallery will fall in your lap! LOL I am reading post after post and loving the posts and the comments by your followers as well! I just ordered your book and can’t wait to read that as well! Thanks for all the great info! Or should I say CONGRATULATIONS on gaining a new fan! Cheers! Keep em comin!

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