Video Interview With Xanadu Artist John Horejs

In our ongoing efforts to reach out to clients who can’t visit Xanadu Gallery due to current circumstances, we’ve been creating a variety of new content. You’ve already seen our video tour of the gallery. We’ve also begun creating a series of virtual studio visits and interviews.

Check out our latest video content, my interview with Xanadu Artist (and my father :-)) John Horejs

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About the Author: Jason Horejs

Jason Horejs is the Owner of Xanadu Gallery, author of Dad was an Artist | A Survivor's Story and best selling books "Starving" to Successful & How to Sell Art , publisher of reddotblog.com, and founder of ARTsala. 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. Connect with Jason on Facebook

10 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing that interview. What a talented, sensitive artist, and fabulous subject matter.

  2. I’ve enjoyed seeing John’s work in the gallery, so it was nice to hear him speak about his passion and art-making process. I look forward to seeing more of these interviews!

  3. So wonderful to hear your father speak on his art and the progression of refinement that he is conscious of in it. It made me think about what refinements we can put into our work. Those years of refinement have certainly brought about some lovely paintings that do make you feel feel like you are in a beautiful location, even just viewing them on the screen. I was also intrigued to hear that he does Plein Air painting which I feel is integral to understanding the light in the landscape which he is able to present so well. Very nice work and thank you for sharing this interview with us.

  4. John, your father’s work is the best I’ve seen of any artist you’ve shown. Absolutely wonderful. The man can paint.

  5. Thank you for the most interesting interview. I found the information about his paintings showing a picture as though through a window being very contemplative and restful to be very helpful. I do landscapes so I did take this information to heart and will be thinking about it with my next paintings.

  6. I enjoyed the interview with your father and his story about his journey with painting. His artwork is beautiful, which I already knew, but it was good to hear him speak about his process and commitment to his art.
    I believe this can be a successful alternate way to introduce your artists to clients. Engaging the clients with the “spirit” of the artists and their art is key to making folks want to take artwork home with them. The art in the home means more if one feels the artist is a kindred soul.

  7. Thank you Jason and John. The landscape subject – likewise, not so much a story. Enjoying the outdoors and all God’s creations. He will always out paint us all!

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