Here are some very helpful articles, and interesting conversations I've found on the issue of pricing your art. I'll try to update this post as I find more.
This is one I found today on a blog, and there is a great quote about Picasso... http://www.ck-blog.com/cks_blog/2006/10/the_strategic_a.html
Here's another one from a blog - be sure to read the comments too - lots of good experiences/perspectives. http://keiseronpainting.blogspot.com/2006/09/on-prices-and-paintings.html
This site is LOADED with great articles on the biz of selling art http://www.artbusiness.com/artists.html
Thoughts and suggestions on making a price list http://www.artbizblog.com/2006/10/make_a_pricing_.html
Here is another perspective... http://thickpaint.blogspot.com/2006/06/pricing-art.html
a new discovery! a blog about art sales... http://caleaz.blogspot.com/
SO what are your thoughts on pricing? What ranges apply to what artists? How have your experiences been figuring out your prices? Do you increase your price in gallery commission situations, or keep it the same no matter what? Have you had good/bad experiences pricing work too high/low?