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Actress Jane Seymour brings her art to South Florida

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The actress best known on-screen for her roles as a Bond girl in “Live and Let Die” and “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman” will bring her artwork to South Florida. She’ll have two shows this weekend. Seymour will be in attendance at both shows.

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When Jane Seymour isn’t acting, she is creating art either on canvas or by designing jewelry or designing furniture. She primarily paints watercolors, and she has been doing so for more than 20 years.

At the shows, attendees will see watercolors and much more. The shows will include pen and ink drawings, pastels, single flower portraits, paintings of mothers with their children and sculptures. She’ll also include some original creations from her Open Hearts Collection. Some of her jewelry designs have been inspired by her Open Hearts Collection.

Both art shows will be at Wentworth Galleries. There is no cost to attend the shows. The first one happens on Fri., July 26 from 6 – 9 p.m. at 819 E. Las OLas Blvd., in Fort Lauderdale. The second on Sat., July 27 at 6000 Glades Road in Boca Raton. Please RSVP if you plan to attend by calling (954) 468-0685 in Fort Lauderdale and (561) 338-0804 in Boca Raton.

Read more about how she became a painter and what inspires her to continue to create art that moves her.

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