|Among the works displayed was undoubtedly the most important one to Somewhere in Time fans--”The Kiss,” when Richard’s and Elise’s lips first meet. This painting has been produced in a larger limited edition than usual, given its popularity. There are 300 limited edition giclee on paper, hand-signed by the artist and numbered. There are also 40 Artist’s proofs and 10 Printer’s Proofs. The image size is 12 by 16. Susan said she had just sent one of the giclees to someone in Texas.
An impressive array of Jane’s Floral Portraits
|series hung on one wall. Each of these dramatic portraits of single flowers is striking alone, but combined in one arrangement, they are breathtaking! The blossoms|
|The ultimate Jane Seymour painting for SIT Fans, “The Kiss” available in limited edition. Left: Her Floral Portraits series of brilliant blooms on indigo/purple backgrounds. Below: Jo Addie stands by one of Jane’s “art to wear” handbags, The Gingersnap Rose, in vivid oranges, reds and yellow. The purses are a great way to own Jane’s art.|
|fairly burst off the canvas backgrounds, which are all a rich, indigo/purple shade.
The great news we discovered is a very affordable way to own a piece of Jane’s artwork--in the form of a limited edition purse, her ‘art to wear’ series. At present, there are ten designs in all, including 3 Floral Portraits, her popular Koi Fish (in either white or black background) and a self-portrait (Jane in a red dress and hat standing on the beach gazing out to