JANE SEYMOUR - ARTIST

27th Annual New York Art Expo in New York City. On March 3-6, 2005, the International Artexpo New York opened for five days at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. The world's largest art show and exhibition, which showcases art from more than 60 different countries, is visited by approximately 40,000 people each year and Jane was a part of it for the fourth year in a row.

This year, Jane unveiled her new Floral Art Collection, and the result was stunning. As you can see below, the paintings are vibrant and full of life and draw attention from every angle. They were the talk of the show!

If you would like to share any photos or a few words of your impressions from meeting Jane, contact us and let us know.

For more information on Jane's art and to place orders for her prints, originals or posters, visit the feature page on Coral Canyon Publishing.

Floral Art Wall
Floral Art Wall 2
Floral Art Wall 3
Lilies
Dr. Quinn Painting
Red Rose
Stargazer Lily
Jane Waiting
Trellis at Huntington
White Rose Dew Drops
Lady in Red
Group photo
Mindy, Keith, Austin, Jane & The Kiss

NYC Art Expo
Thurs-Sun, March 3-6, 2005
March 3-4 (Trade Only), Jane: 1-4pm
March 5, Jane: 1-4pm
March 6, Jane: 11am-2pm
Booth #1740
Jacob Javits Center
New York City, NY
http://www.artexpos.com


26th Annual New York Art Expo in New York City. February 25-28, 2004.

Below, you will find a sample of some new art work, including Jane's latest unveiling of "The Kiss" from her internationally acclaimed film, Somewhere in Time. With a steady crowd for both days Jane was in attendance to visit with the public, the show was a great success.

"Although we only spoke briefly, I was impressed by your artwork - beautiful. I was also impressed by how approachable you were to your fans, and that you were happy to pose for a picture that I requested. I thought it was great that you didn't send a representative to show your artwork. You were very warm, and I felt very good to be in the company of someone who has worked to get where you are today. You have pushed yourself to explore other areas of interest. You also looked incredible! Looking so well comes from within, and from living well." ~ Cindy

"Although I did not speak with Jane directly, I enjoyed seeing her. My friend asked her if she would take a picture with me, and she did. I was too nervous to talk to her or even thank her for the picture, but she was quite busy with people who were there to purchase her paintings. I would have loved to introduce myself and tell her how much her show meant to me, but all in all, it was a great experience. Thank you, Jane!" ~ Catherine

"I would just like to say it was great to meet Jane Seymour and her family. She was very nice she took a lot of time to sign autographs and talk about her art. Susan Luks, her art director, helped me a lot. She was very nice. I would like to thank everyone for the help." ~ Herman

Jane & 2 Children
Jane Poses by "The Kiss"
Jane w/fan
Jane Poses
"The Kiss"
Jane Shows off Necklace
Jane Listens again
Jane Sings "Madame Butterfly"
Jane Points to painting
Jane compares artwork
Jane & James handling business
Flowers in a Blue Vase
Floral Bouquet for Jane
Jane and Herman
James, Katie & Herman
White Lillies in a Flower Jug
White Magnolia
3 Roses in a Glass Vase
Self-Portrait
Pink Tiger Lillies Clear Vase
Dr. Quinn Bouquet
Sunflower
Dr. Quinn Bouquet (oil)
Flowers in a Yellow Pot
James Keach Flowers (I)
James Keach (2)

The 24th Annual New York Art Expo in New York City. Jane was a part of it for the second year in a row. Below, you will find samples of some of the artwork featured on display, including her latest works in impressionistic style of painting, inspired by her recent visit to the home of Monet in Giverny, France. Thank you to Sue, Jeanne, June and Mary Ann for your contributions.

Official Press Release:

World-class artists share visions of the future for NYC

The artists of International Artexpo New York 2002 will share their powerful dreams and visions created in the aftermath of the World Trade Center tragedy in a special show, "Let Art Lift Our Spirits," at the world’s largest art exhibition and sale, opening February 28 in New York City. Joining veteran artists will be New York City school kids from lower Manhattan’s P.S. 134 who will present their original artwork representing dreams and visions about how they "re-imagine" Ground Zero in the future.

"Let Art Lift Our Spirits" will run from Thursday, February 28 through Monday, March 4 at the 24th Annual International Artexpo at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Following the exhibit, original artwork created by Artexpo artists from all over the world on the theme of "Re-Imagining Ground Zero" will be up for bid on eBay, with all proceeds donated to The New York Times 9/11 Neediest Fund’s School Arts Rescue Initiative. These one-of-a-kind works of art will be available for purchase with proceeds benefiting school arts programs. The children’s artwork will be returned to their schools when all exhibitions have closed.

"We believe strongly in the power of art to lift the spirits of all Americans," said Doreen Guerin, Show Director for Artexpo. "This is especially true for children, many of whom were deeply affected by the events of September 11th," she continued. "Artexpo wants to give New York City children a chance to express their ideas and to raise funds to keep art programs in schools. It’s ironic that art programs have been cut just when kids need them so badly."

The exhibit will open at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 28. The children, their families and their teachers will be invited to attend with artists from Artexpo. The children’s artwork is being created under the auspices of Arts Horizons, the largest provider of arts in education serving the entire tri-state area, reaching over 500,000 children annually. Its programs are based on the belief in the power of the arts to educate, to heal and to inspire.

On February 28, 2002, the 24th annual International Artexpo New York opens for five days at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. The world’s largest art show and exhibition, Artexpo New York, which showcases art from more than 60 different countries, is visited by approximately 40,000 people each year.

The Javits Center served this fall as a launching area for rescue efforts for World Trade Center disaster of September 11. This soaring space is an ideal setting for an exhibition that relates in a positive way to the spirit of renewal and rebirth for New York City after the events of last fall.

For more information about attending Artexpo International New York, call 888-211-5226. For complete seminar and event schedule, check the Web site at www.artexpos.com. Advanstar’s newly re-designed Web sites feature new technology called Microsite Viewing rooms which provide information and a preview of much of the artwork, framing, and art and framing-related products which will be on exhibit at the show.