Yep. I have a few lines of “bread and butter” items … lower ticket products that help to keep the bills paid while I experiment with more challenging/satisfying projects. I find that even if my more elaborate stuff sells slowly, it will typically sell 2-3x its value in bread and butter pieces.
The only down side to the bread and butter stuff, is that sometimes it becomes so popular that you can get trapped into a cycle of spending all of your time trying to keep up with the demand, and not having any time left to work on the stuff that feeds your soul.
(and yes I’ve heard the theory that in the ^ above scenario, the best move is to raise your prices. IME, sometimes that works, sometimes no)