About Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour

The California colorist, designer, author and humanitarian draws much of her subject matter from her world travels, and the immediate surroundings of the family home and gardens of Malibu, and Bath, England.

Jane Seymour began painting in the early 1990's. Prompted by a period of personal challenge, her art became the expression of a very private healing process. She emerged from this experience as an accomplished, passionate painter. She has created an intimate world of delicate watercolors and colorful vibrant oil paintings. Fine art posters, prints, DVDs, a coffee table book and stationery are also available upon request.


Says Susan Nagy Luks, director, "Jane is the antithesis of the celebrity capitalizing on her notoriety to sell her art. Jane's work is exceptional and fits with our strict philosophy for the ultimate in quality and style."

In addition to making the original and limited-edition works of art by Ms. Seymour accessible to the public through gallery exhibitions, Coral Canyon Publishing is actively building a stable of international living artists who are dedicated to furthering the role of art and arts education in everyday life.


Sea Land Art Gallery in Freehold, New Jersey - June 14-16, 2001
Children's Art Fair in Malibu, California - June, 2001
Ave Maria Fine Arts Gallery in Ann Arbor, Michigan - Oct. 18-19, 2001
Art of Music Gallery in Hackensack, New Jersey- Oct. 29, 2001
Redbone Art Gallery in Islamorado, Florida - Dec. 9, 2001
New York Art Expo in New York City, New York - Feb. 28-Mar. 4, 2002
Margaret Smith Gallery in Bethesda, Maryland - Sep. 20-22, 2002
Wentworth Gallery in Los Angeles, California - Nov. 8-9, 2002
Simic New Renaissance Galleries in La Jolla, California - Nov. 23, 2002
Art Under a Hot Tin Roof in Jackson, Tennessee - Dec. 7-8, 2002
Milan Gallery in Ft. Worth, Texas - Feb. 8-9, 2003
Bal Harbour Gallery in Miami Beach, Florida - Feb. 21-23, 2003
Milan Gallery in Ft. Worth, Texas - Nov. 16, 2003
Simic New Renaissance Gallery in La Jolla/Palm Desert, California - Jan. 16-18, 2004
Indio Southwest Festival of the Arts in Indio, California - Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 2004
Galerie du Soleil in Tampa and Naples, Florida - Feb. 5-8, 2004
New York Art Expo in New York, New York - Feb. 26-29, 2004
Simic New Renaissance Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona - Mar. 19-21, 2004
Simic New Renaissance Gallery in Carmel, California - Apr. 16-18, 2004
Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California - May. 1-2, 2004
Home & Design Show in Tysons Corner, Virginia - May 28-31, 2004
Simic New Renaissance Gallery in La Jolla, California - June 12-13, 2004
Butler Institute in Youngstown, Ohio - Oct. 2, 2004
Simic New Renaissance Gallery in La Jolla & Rancho Santa Fe, California - Oct. 8-10, 2004

Art Heals Benefit, Santa Monica, California - Oct 9, 2001. Jane points to her painting of Idaho featuring poppies lining the road. All money raised from the event, with artwork created by celebrities in response to the recent attacks, went to the September 11th fund which aids victims of the attacks in New York and Washington.


Other Art Exhibitions Include:

Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1996, Make-A-Wish Foundation/Discover Card, The "Angels" Traveling Exhibition, Japan, 1998, Starbright Foundation, Escada Boutiques, Moscow, Berlin and Dallas, 2000, Art 21, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2000

Houston Ballet, Set Designs for "Five Poems", February, 2001, New York Art Expo, March, 2001, Collins and Kent Fine Art, Sydney, Australia, 2001, Corporate and Private Collectors Include: Clairol, Discover Card Private Issue, Korbel Champagne, Escada, Johnny Cash, Leeza Gibbons, Diane Meyer-Simon, Denise Rich, among others

Artwork by Jane Seymour