Re: Being consistent in your art style
Originally Posted by Artyczar
It doesn't necessarily matter to galleries either. Depends on the gallery, if they like anything you do, then they believe in your vision, especially when your hand begins to show up in all the things you make no matter what you are making--in any style. It's not about style. It's about voice.
I would not consider it a "problem." Or think about it in terms of what others, or some invisible, general consensus thinks you should do. Do whatever you want and the more time you put into the work, the more your mark shows up.
Oh gosh, that has not been my experience. I have had gallery owners actually tell me what they wanted me to produce (and never vary from ever). One wanted me to paint golf courses. I had to walk away.
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