Witness the majestic exhibit and take part in celebrating a prosperous year ahead!

I've always been amazed by Chinese Art; their paintings to be specific. I've been wanting to learn how to paint those beautiful portrait, landscape, flowers, birds, animals, and insects.

Luckily, I was invited to witness the launch of Chan Lim's exhibit at SM North Edsa The Block Atrium. The event marked the start of the Chinese New Year Festivities at the SM Malls. 

I was able to learn a lot of skills and techniques on how to do Chinese brush painting. Mr. Alex Chan Lim did a live demo for us. 

After his live demo, I was able to portray a few flowers in painting through the skillful help of the Chan Lim students and family. 
But of course, I still have a lot of room for improvement.

We were entertained by Chinese and dragon dance.

It was also nice to see actor and Chan Lim family friend, Robin Padilla at the launch. 
The Chan Lim family is one of the few remaining notable Chinese brush painting artists in the country today, and is sought after in this field. Art classes are conducted in the family studio located in Pasig City. Their paintings can be found in private collections here and abroad. 

I was impressed by the Chan Lim brothers (Alex, Felix, Rolex and Jolex) for they are all engineers by profession and are currently engaged in leadership positions in multinational companies.

Master Jose “Angkok” is currently celebrating his 80th birth anniversary this year, a very auspicious milestone in the Chinese culture. All the Chan Lim art exhibits of 2017 will be highlighting this event. Eight of the exhibits will be specially-themed to celebrate the felicitous family event.

The exhibit is located at The Block Atrium is composed of more than 300 hand-painted porcelain plates, scrolls and oil paintings done by 43 talented artists from the Chan Lim Family of Artists and Students group.

The Chan Lim exhibit will be on display at The Block Atrium until February 12.

For more information and updates please like, @ChanLimFamilyOfArtists (https://www.facebook.com/ChanLimFamilyofArtists) on Facebook. 
View their artworks at www.chanlim.com
Email them at chanlim@yahoo.com

Witness the majestic exhibit and take part in celebrating a prosperous year ahead!

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  1. Ang ganda naman 😍 Madam magka iba pa po ba ang Chinese Art kasa Japanese Art? Ung tita ko po kse Meron syang portrait na nakasabit sa dingding nya dont know if its Japanese or Chinese art e 😁 pero srsly, nakakamanghang tignan 😍

  2. Wow ang gagaling tlga ng mga Chinese😊😊😊

  3. Wow!! Im amaze with the artworks..
    im always dreaming of a house full of paintings like this. Only if they are not that expensive.. very worth it!

  4. Hehe. Nasan na yung painting mo Miss Rochelle bat nakatakip? Hehe. I am not really a artistic one, not gifted with the skill but if andito ka siguro sa event na to, an artistic side of anyone will come out. Been wanting to learn techniques pero di kp talaga kasundo ang arts. *sigh*

  5. Hi Ms Rochelle, how are you? I hope your health is better now. sorry Im not active anymore like before but I try to visit your pages when I have time to go online hehhe always busy sa work now.

    oh yeah these paintings are so beautiful. I saw them too with my son at the Block. was able to see it closely. super love those paintings.

    its me Amor your avid follower :) love you po. keep safe always.

    oh yeah sometimes when I comment in your blog specially yung sa blog na magpapa-opera ka hahaha tuwing nagsesend ako biglang mawawala tuwing mag select na ako ng profile :)


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