Each season we create video tours of our galleries. We’ve found them to be great social media and email marketing tools. This time around we’ve added an areal shot of the gallery.
You can see our latest tour of Xanadu Gallery Pinetop below.
What do you think? Leave your impressions in the comments below!
In these times where many us still remain vigilant to Covid, traveling as we used to is still often a wary thought.. Your video was so very much appreciated to be “in a gallery” and yet from the comfort of my armchair! As an artist I deeply miss the artistic environment, this was just wonderful to watch! Please consider another of Xanadu!!
What a beautiful gallery, Jason! I hope to visit it one day.
Fantastic collections! A question for you…have you ever heard of an artist by the name of BASS?
Love the red walls!! Wonderful!
Fabulous artwork and a terrific presentation…would love to visit.
Lovely! So enjoyed seeing what is in your gallery.
Really enjoyed viewing the eclectic display of artwork by talented artists.
Thanks for inviting us into your gallery!!
So much variety and unique creative expression in your gallery. Gorgeous curation of artists.
Ooooh! Thank you for the tour. Your Gallery is So Much More than I ever imagined.
Impressive and fabulous!
What a lovely gallery and tour. I would love to visit one day. I do appreciate what you do for artists and collectors especially in these strange times. I love how the art is displayed and made to look like treasures. My dream is to find my art so lovingly presented some day. I took your workshop so maybe it will happen.
Beautiful!! What stunning work. Thank you for the tour.
I agree with Katherine – I too appreciate what you do for artists and collectors. Thank you for your guidance and the beautiful example that you offer in the way that you care for the people you offer services to.
I have a question for you…when an artist gives your their work to show in your gallery is that considered consigning? Or do you purchase the pieces and resell? If consigning, do you agree on pricing together or does the artist tell you what they want to earn and you mark it up as you see fit? If you give a collector a deal on a piece where does that cut come out? On the artists end or your end?