I have realized lately that my work is too scattered, from still life's of wine bottles and tea cups to portraits and landscapes, my work is too random and I feel I should start a collection. I have a great idea for an art show, and I think that if I create 10 paintings with this common theme it would bring me some recognition and perhaps a solo exhibition. For my future percieved exhibition, do you think if I painted my ten paintings on the panel it would be valued as much as if I painted on Belgium Linen? I tried the recommended Masterpiece oil primed canvas and it is an incredible surface to work on. However, panels are great for portraits as well and the cost is much less, but in the end, you will have to frame the work which will be costly as well.... perhaps the linen canvas I won't have to frame but then again I might frame in the end. I guess my question is geared toward professional artists out there, do you think painting on the panel would hurt my chances at selling my work or hurt my chances to get someone to invest in my show, whether it be a gallery or whomever. Thanks!