Actress Jane Seymour Unveils Her 'Open Heart' Sculpture In Bradenton

Larry Richert and John Shumway
January 22, 2019 - 11:51 am
Jane Seymour, Larry Richert

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PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Actress Jane Seymour unveiled her “Open Heart” sculpture in Bradenton, Florida last week.

KDKA Radio’s Larry Richert was there for the ceremony and he was able to ask Seymour a few questions about the project.

She said the idea was inspired by her mother, a war prisoner for over three years.  

“The hardest thing in the world to do is to accept. If you can accept what’s happened and open your heart, and somehow reach out to someone else and help them, in any way that you can, you will have purpose in your life,” Seymour’s mother said her.  

“When you have purpose, it will make you feel good about yourself, make you love yourself.”

The piece represents love without boundaries and reminds individuals to live their life with an open heart.  

Larry Richert

“The ‘Open Heart’ should represent how we go through the challenges in life that are put upon us randomly or we choose  them ourselves by making bad choices; but to be able to turn it around and have a full life,” Seymour explains.

The same piece of art could be coming to Pittsburgh in the future with Mt. Washington as a possible location.

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