Actress, author, artist and philanthropist, Jane Seymour, creator of the now universally recognized ”Open Heart” design, believes in embracing change and the challenges of life, by overcoming adversity through her philosophy of having an open heart and an open mind.
This February, Seymour shared her insight and artwork with guests sailing to the Caribbean aboard the Holland America Eurodam by taking time out of her “Open Hearts, Open Minds Cruise” Seminar to attend two onboard art auctions conducted by Park West.
”As an artist and an art collector myself, I believe that art should be for everyone. Park West Gallery enables people of all walks of life with the ability to bring beautiful art into their homes,” Seymour says.
After setting sail on February 18, Seymour joined international fans and collectors for a week-long inspirational cruise. During the seminar, the actress spoke about her life, career, art and charitable work, alongside her co-star from “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” Joe Lando, and Kim Campbell, wife and caregiver of Glen Campbell, who is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Seymour partnered with Park West to auction a selection of her artworks for charity. The artwork was exclusively available to those guests aboard the cruise. A portion of the proceeds from the paintings, sculptures and limited-editions will go toward Seymour’s own Open Hearts Foundation, as well as the Park West Foundation. Both organizations pride themselves on supporting organizations that empower people to help others and to achieve their dreams.
Seymour’s artwork ranges from paintings and bronze sculptures of her iconic “Open Heart” design, to self-portraits, colorful florals, landscapes and seascapes, done in oil, pastel and watercolor. During her 25 years of painting, Seymour was selected as one of the official painters of the 2006 Torino Winter Olympics, and the 2008 Beijing Olympics as well as the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, as well as exhibiting in fine art galleries nationally and internationally.
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