The Studio at Gulf and Pine, 10101 Gulf Drive in Anna Maria, will host Up Close and Personal: The Art of Jane Seymour on Tuesday, Jan. 15, with nearly 50 original watercolors, oils, open heart bronze sculptures and limited-edition giclee prints on display and available for acquisition through Feb. 9.
The Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning actress, artist, author, designer and philanthropist will unveil the art exhibit and attend events throughout Bradenton area this month.
The Bradenton Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (BACVB) and Realize Bradenton invited Seymour to help unveil a new piece of public art on the Bradenton Riverwalk at 11 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 18, directly across from Veteran’s Monument Park.
Additionally, Seymour will appear at the Manatee Performing Arts Center at 502 3rd Ave. W., Bradenton on Saturday, Jan. 19, at noon, when she talks about her artwork. This intimate event will conclude with a short Q & A, followed by a book signing, and rare photo opportunity with the artist.
Tickets for this highly sought-after event are available for purchase through the Manatee Performing Arts Center.
Seymour is best known for her performances in the James Bond film “Live and Let Die,” “Somewhere in Time,” as well as the television series “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.” Her work has earned her an Emmy, two Golden Globes and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In addition to being a celebrated actress, Seymour is also a lauded author and painter and designed the widely successful line of jewelry – Open Hearts by Jane Seymour. Crediting her mother’s advice and personal philosophy as her inspiration behind the line, the Open Heart design has become a universally-recognized symbol of giving and receiving love.