Chan Lim Family of Artists at SM City Iloilo

To celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Chan Lim Family of Artists and Students has prepared 217 of their artworks done in Chinese Scroll Painting, Lantern Painting & Oil Painting. The exhibit is joined by 34 artists. Exhibit will run from Sept. 26 to Oct.11, SM City Iloilo Event Center.

The Chan Lim Family of Artists has been actively involved in the arts for more than four decades now. 

The family patriarch, Chan Lim, has dabbled in Western art, specializing in Oil and Watercolor. The Chan Lim siblings Alex, Felix, Rolex and Jolex are all engineers by profession and are actively engaged with multinational companies. Bound by their passion with the arts, the Chan Lim family of Artists has conducted numerous art classes, workshops, seminars, and on-the-spot painting demonstrations. They have joined several art exhibits locally and internationally.  The 3rd generation Chan Lims follows in the footsteps of both the family patriarch and their fathers in nurturing their artistic talents. To date, the family has staged thirteenth family painting exhibits.

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. You may email them at or view their artworks here: Chan Lim.

A free Chinese Painting Workshop will also be conducted at the Sun Yat Sen High School Auditorium on Sept. 25.

A press conference is set September 26 at 11am wherein members of the media and their family members will also get a chance to have a mini-workshop with Mr. Alex-Chan Lim.

A formal opening will then follow at the Event Center.

SM City Iloilo, Iloilo Dynamic Youth and Sun Yat Sen High School jointly sponsor this event./PR

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