Janine Jansen Van Vuuren
|Janine Jansen Van Vuuren|
|Born||09 May 1967|
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Janine Jansen Van Vuuren is a South African artist and an art teacher based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Janine has participated in Group exhibitions at - Daskari Gallery, Midrand - Sparks Gallery, Norwood - IDC Gallery, Sandton - Colesburg Women's Forum - Colesburg - Crafty Peacock - Henley on Klip - Kliphuis Gallery - Henley on Klip - 3 Artists - Melville - Johannesburg - Family Life Centre - Zoolake - The Camel Experience- Norwood - Artists under the Sun - Zoolake - Westbank Headoffice at Bank City - Johannesburg - Roslyn Gallery - Parkhurst - Out and Out Gallery - Henley-on-klip - Decorex - Art in the Big Top - New Beginning - The Crowne Plaza Rosebank
In 2006 She was participated Posi+ive - SunCity  an artistic initiative to raise awareness of HIV Aids in South Africa.
Janine also add her contribution to the Egoli (MNet)(South African Television) Breast Cancer Drive by painting a portrait of Nenna, one of the shows main characters.
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