I once read an article in which the writer asked Rauschenberg if he wasn't concerned about making so many works, in turn keeping his prices low due to availability. He laughed and said he was already rich, and why should only rich people - other than himself - be the only ones to own a Rauschenberg.
Now, I'm no Rauschenberg and I'm certainly not rich, but neither do I need to charge much for my works. This doesn't mean they are of low quality or value. Quite the opposite. It just means that I'd rather the works be in people's homes than in galleries. So I'm making it easy to collect art again. It's my motto.