Our Latest Video Gallery Tour

We just completed our latest video gallery tour of our Scottsdale Gallery. These tours have been a great way to reach out to clients who may not be able to visit the gallery due to current circumstances, and have generated strong sales along with our website and Catalogue.

I wrote a post about how we make these videos that you can see at https://reddotblog.com/covid-19-and-the-art-market-update-march-18-2020-gallery-virtual-tour/

Let Me Know What You Think of the Video Tour!

Did you enjoy the video tour? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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.

24 Comments

  1. Lovely video. Uptempo music and beautiful art to keep viewer’s interest. I like how you thanked the viewer and invited him/her to call or visit the gallery to see more. And also an invitation to buy. Nicely done!

  2. Jason, your gallery is awesome! Thank you for sharing this video. Xanadu definitely has a specific look to the artists you represent. I’m transitioning from interior designer into the art scene so I have appreciated your podcasts and blogs. I look forward to learning more from you as 2021 unfolds!

  3. I took the entire tour and I think there are several aspects of the video that are spot on especially as a commercial gallery. I appreciate and am a fan of your aesthetics and authority. I am collecting video tours of galleries from the West and Southwest. The gallery business is changing: A shrinking footprint of wall and floor space is occurring nationally, forcing a proliferation of artists to seek alternative ways to show and sell. Many of the spaces and mashups have been driven underground but continue to flourish especially in LA. More and more artists and craftspeople take their work directly to the market using smart technology and every manor of platforms on social media. It’s an interesting time to be an artist and gallery owner.

  4. This video tour displayed a most exciting variety of artwork. I found the music helpful as a mood booster and as a kind of “connector” … creating a continuity that helped bridge from one unique work of art to another. First of all it makes me want to come to your gallery in person. Secondly, the camera never lingered overly long on any one piece, so that either I would need to go back through it if I glanced something that enticed me to buy it, or I would need to pause the video, but still want more information. Thus, I believe the video did exactly what it needed to do: got my attention, inspired me to think of where I could put one or two pieces of the artwork, and meant I would need to get back in touch with the gallery to learn more about prices, sizes, etc. Well done!

  5. I love the variety you have on display, from the whimsical to the thoughtful in so many different styles of art. Beautiful gallery. Thanks for a peek.

  6. I love the idea of a gallery video tour. I like that you, Jason, introduced the tour and welcomed the viewer into the gallery. I don’t know why more galleries don’t implement this idea! Your tour was fun to watch and generated interest in several pieces specifically. I appreciate the diverse types of work Xanadu offers.

  7. Hi Jason. Long time no see. I really liked the video. Haven’t been in Scottsdale for over 4 years but heading out from the east coast in February. Hope to see you then. Annalie Hudson.
    PS My website is being updated now. It should be ready in a week or two.

  8. The tour is one of the most professional gallery tours I have seen. The quality is very clear and smooth and the lighting makes the environment look very clean and professional. Great job!
    It was very calming. That being said, I did not get the feeling of excitement.
    Maybe it is your intension to project a relaxing atmosphere. I would recommend adding more colorful and eccentric work and zoom in for detail shots with upbeat funky music to attract additional collectors. The music definitely sets the mood. (Kinda elevatorish) But then again, that’s just my opinion.

    I enjoy following your posts. Thank you for all the valuable information.

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