"Two Poplars" by Alain Nortjé.
430 x 330, black frame.
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Alain’s Art and Frame is open for business from 8am till 5pm
Mondays to Fridays and 8am till 1pm on Saturdays.
We are located at:
138 Willem Botha Street
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Tel: (+27)12 653 6091
Cell 1: (+27)83 268 1069
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You’ve got a blank wall, big or small, and need to fill
the big empty space.
The business of framing involves more than just picking a frame and
putting it together.
Alain’s Art and frame offers professional wall to wall interior consulting.
We come to you, offering you sound advice on suggested artwork and/or
framing options for your specific home or office environment.
- Wall to wall interior consulting
- Custom artwork
- Cutom sized stretch canvases
- Custom sized and framed mirrors
- Block mounting
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- Art classes for adults
Alain Nortjé obtained a BA (Ed) Fine Arts degree at
the University of Pretoria in 1983. He started out as
an art teacher, became a college lecturer and in 1990 opened Alain’s Art and Frame.
His awards include Artist of the Year: KUESTA; Artist of the Year:
Centurion Art Society (4 times); and finalist: South African New
Signatures Competition. During 1998 one of his paintings was
chosen to represent SA at the World Expo in Lisbon.
His work is represented in several corporate collections
(eg Telkom, ABSA), educational institutions, and city councils,
and in private collections locally and abroad. Apart from selected
upper-market galleries in South Africa (such as Johan Smit, Tugwell, Tina Skukan, Art & More and Blue Ivy) and the National Art Museum in Pretoria, renowned
galleries in Salzburg, Munich and Vienna are currently exhibiting his
Although his style is diverse, Alain's fascination with South African
landscapes, and with specific reference to man-made marks on the
landscape, forms the main theme throughout his work. Physical
boundaries (such as rusted barbed wire fences) occurs regularly in
his paintings and relates to both boundaries found in landscapes, as
well as mental boundaries that the artist might be confronted with.