The Serenity Gallery

The Serenity Gallery
An Artrovert Blog

se·ren·i·ty  [suh-ren-i-tee] 
noun, plural se·ren·i·ties 
1. the state or quality of being serene, calm, or tranquil; sereneness.
2. ( usually initial capital letter ) a title of honor, respect, or reverence, used in speaking of or to certain members of royalty (usually preceded by his, your,  etc.).

For years, I have worked with musicians and artists that, while talented, lack focus on production and the discipline to make work available to their audience. Often, I would show up at shows of a band that I really liked, only to discover that they had no material available on site; even worse, they had nothing to offer via a formalized web or social presence to a consumer. A few years ago, I contacted my favorite cover artist to get prints of his works, and he had no established process by which I could plaster my walls with his stunning art.

I realized that I needed a different, more streamlined and professional approach, if I wanted to be taken seriously.

As an artist, if you’re not showing your work, you are working for yourself, and probably will never find an audience. It is my target that someday my art and product and brand gains global and financial traction, to where I can spend more time doing what I love–producing art. Thus, I found it imperative to my artistic goals to develop a formalized, structured, posterized set of my works that I could make available to interested consumers, fans, family members, frenemies. Not only did it give me a sort of artistic relevance, it gave me a framework to deliver high-quality Sere product to the people that want it.

My primary goal as an artist isn’t sales, but I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that “artistic financial independence” is in the Top 5 of what I’m trying to accomplish. I don’t want to be rich, just comfortable enough to work on the multitude of projects I have to complete before my clock runs out–and to do it under my terms.

I don’t expect that I will ever retire, but it is necessary to continue to inspire, and be inspired.

The Serenity Gallery is the formalized, professional presentation of my works, built for the walls of people that care and to showcase my diverse talent (and the talent of artists that I partner with or represent), covering both the synonym and the antonym side of the word. The title itself is a play on my pseudonym (SERE), but also represents the different shades of my art–sometimes dark, sometimes beautiful, sometimes mysterious, sometimes wicked, sometimes peaceful and sometimes challenging. Serenity is a process, not a destination.

Someday, select Gallery pieces will hang in my own Professional Gallery. Select Serenity Gallery art is also featured in my books, and other digital spaces, though often not as polished in presentation.

I have built the Serenity Gallery into volumes. Each Volume contains a specific theme or story of my photography or art. Each Serenity Gallery picture is tagged with a 5-digit number that identifies the Volume that the picture falls into (by 3-digit code), and the picture number in that set (by 2-digit code). Each Volume will only hold 99 pictures, and the Gallery will never contain more than 999 Volumes (I don’t have enough human time to build out that much visual content).

For future reference, here are the details around my Serenity Gallery Volumes, including the working titles of each Volume. Each volume tells a specific visual story, represents a style or specific Artemis Sere project or offers prints of other artist’s works that are in my gallery (for instance, the unreleased, upcoming Huebner Masters, Volume 019)

001. The Fall Of Autumn

002. The Scures
003  Fine Art
004  Artefacts
005  Ghosts
006  Beheld By Hell
007  This Unstill Life
008  Idyll
009  United States of Madness
010  Abstracts
011  Black and Whites
012  Land of the Lost
013  Fetch
014  Empiricals
015  The Levity
016  Obscurious
017  Flora
018  Land of Ten Thousand
019  The Huebner Masters
To see the current works available in my Serenity Gallery, take a look at this slideshow, or visit:

Artemis Sere’s Creative Objectives (2014)

Artemis Sere’s Creative Objectives (2014)

These are projects that I am targeting for completion and launch in 2014. Some of these targets were carried over from the year before due to re prioritization or scheduling issues. Some of these projects are still being fleshed out, and project details being finalized. Please check this blog for more information in the near future.

These projects are ranked in order of importance, along with a brief description of each project and the estimated launch date. Thank you very much for your interest and participation in my orbit.  All concepts and content copyright 2013/2014 artemis sere.

  1. “Obscurious (Darkestar Risen Edition)” Poetical Picturebook Release [February 2014]
    “Obscurious” is Book1 of my Bonesetter’s Revenge collection. It was originally created in Black and White, without a digital edition.  This version is a reconcepting of “Obscurious” for digital, with creative revisions and tweaked style. It will be primarily available as an eBook, with full shadowy color. Available via and Will be released exactly one year before Book 3 launches in 2015.
  2. “Xenomorphine”, “Seerum Studios”, “Antithesis Press” Merch/T-Shirts [April 2014]
    Merch. Who doesn’t want a cool t-shirt?
  3. “Xenomorphine (Junkie Shakes Edition)” Poetical Picturebook Release [May 2014]
    “Xenomorphine” is Book2 of my Bonesetter’s Revenge collection. This version is a crazy revision of “Xenomorphine”, with wild style and kinetic feel. It will be primarily available as an eBook, with full tweaked color. Available via and
  4. “Scream Queen” Jess Loveless Book Cover Photo Shoot [June/July 2014]
    Working with an unidentified artist for the cover and marketing.
  5. sereX event [Aug/Sept 2014]Event designed to network with other artists, exchange art, art supplies, tips, and allow the public to trade art supplies for artwork [bring in bottles of unused acrylic paint to exchange, and you get a new Sere book or print].
  6. Artemis Sere Serenity Gallery Showing [Oct 2014]A public display some of my best works from my Serenity Gallery, a collection of posterized pieces of my art. Location undetermined.
  7. “Scream Queen” Fiction Novel Release [December 2014]
    My first novel and an introductory story to the “Fetch” Trilogy. Jess Loveless has it all–a successful rock band, a B-horror movie career, and fetish model following. A freak accident flips her world upside-down, and while she struggles to recover, she discovers a side of her talents that she never knew existed. And would’ve been better off not discovering. Available via and
  8. “The Skeleton Men” Effigies [December 2014]
    Concept designs for “The Skeleton Men”, Book3 of the Bonesetter’s Revenge, which is planned for a 2015 release.
  9. Music Collaboration. [Release Not Determined]
    Collaboration with secret musician, CD and Merch Design.
  10. Music Collaboration. [Release Not Determined]
    Collaboration with Sean Payne/Cyanotic.

DeviantArt SlideShow of the Art of Artemis Sere

DeviantArt SlideShow of the Art of Artemis Sere
My primary portfolio site is at I’ve been populating it with my pieces for a couple of years now, and have a decent following.  If you Google “Artemis Sere”, you should find my DeviantArt profile as the top result.  There are some stats below about my current state of existence on DeviantArt, in case you’re in the mood to be entertained.  I invite you to visit my profile, friend up, exchange artistic influences and styles…  
Or order a print of my works, if you’re interested. All of the art on this site is created by me using various mixed media styles, and fair portion of it can be printed and ordered off DeviantArt. I’m not a narcissist, but I am building a Serenity Gallery of my own works, and have ordered many prints of my pieces off of the DeviantArt site. They produce a great product, and are a welcome partner for me. If you find a piece of work that you like, and I don’t have it available for order on DeviantArt, I can easily set it up for you.
I am also on Flickr, Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest….  All over. I look forward to connecting with my friends, fans, followers and other artists. That means you. 8)
Here’s a neat slideshow of my works on DeviantArt. Enjoy! Thank you for your participation in my orbit.

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