I have always based my art exhibits around a central subject, a theme you might say. Recently I have realized that doing a series puts pressure on an artist to stay consistent. But by the laws of experience you get better with every painting, therefore making it hard to stay consistent or to keep the subject alive. With that said, I am conscientiously leaving the realm of "series" art. I want to discover what random pieces I can put together to form a cohesive body of work . Not to mention that the broader the subject matter the broader the audience. I will depart from consistency with a series called "Deserted" which is a body of sculpture and paintings experiencing the sensation of being lost in the desert.  I intend on this being my final "theme" show.  I feel totally liberated in this decision and hope it proves to be an advantage to my audience and career.  Yesterday is gone!  

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