About Jeff Voracek:
Jeff started out as a self-employed General Contractor back in the 1980s. doing construction and remodels. He worked on many projects, including the Legislative Bill Room, two historic buildings in Old Sacramento and the California Governor’s Mansion.
He began collecting Navajo blankets and other Native American items in the 1980s. Though he enjoyed construction, Native American Art was slowly becoming his passion.
In the 1990s he started working with contemporary traders and the Navajo (and continues to do so today).
By 2010, Jeff was able to turn his love for Native American Art into a full time business. Today, Jeff has been quietly behind the scenes of building some of the best collections in America. He has also been on the Board of Directors of ATADA (since 2019).
As a collector, Jeff tries to sell items only once he has established that there are multiple buyers at a certain price point and then he establishes what he considers a fair price for each item. He also tries to arm collectors with knowledge so that they can make their own decision.
More About Red Mesa Gallery:
With Jeff’s expertise and over 30 years in the Native American Art business, you can be guaranteed that all of our items are authentic and as described. We have a 14 day return policy so buy risk and worry free!
If there is a particular type of item that you are looking for and don’t see on the website, feel free to call or email us and we may have it or be able to help you find it.
Red Mesa gallery is located in Penryn, CA (open by appointment only) We are constantly getting new inventory, including Native American rugs, baskets, pottery and jewelry. It is a fun place to visit as you never know what you will find!
We buy Native American art as well and are always on the lookout for the following items. So, please contact us if you have any of these items that you would like to sell.
We also take consignments!