7039 E. Main Street, Suite 101
Xanadu Gallery is a resource for collectors, designers, builders, and corporations for procuring the highest quality contemporary art. Located in Scottsdale, Arizona, one of the hottest art markets in the country, Xanadu Gallery showcases outstanding artworks in a wide variety of media and styles.
In the legendary city of Xanadu (from Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem), Kubla Kahn gathered the finest art and treasures from the farthest reaches of his vast kingdom. Xanadu was an artistic ideal. Our goal is to help you create your own artistic ideal.
Xanadu will exceed your expectations of service, simplicity, integrity, honesty and reliability. Xanadu Gallery brings together the finest art from around the world, helping you create your own Xanadu. We look forward to your visit, either in person or to our website at www.xanadugallery.com.
Meet Jason & Carrie Horejs, Owners, Xanadu Gallery
Art flows through Xanadu Gallery owner J. Jason Horejs’ veins. Second generation in the art business, (Horejs’ father is a nationally recognized oil painter John Horejs) Horejs’ life has always been filled with art. Though not interested in pursuing a life as an artist, Horejs fell in love with the business side of art at an early age. At age 12, the future gallery owner was employed by his father building custom canvas stretchers.
In 1991, at the age of 17, Horejs began working for Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, where he learned the gallery business from the ground up. Horejs handled logistics, shipping and installation, eventually working into a sales position at the western art gallery. Horejs worked in the gallery’s Scottsdale and Jackson Hole, WY, locations.
In 2001, Jason and his wife, Carrie, opened Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale. In spite of opening on September 11th into a completely changed art world, Horejs built the gallery into a successful venture, showing dozens of artists and selling to collectors from around the world, including major municipal and private collections.
Kristin Tarver Reilly