Amidst the pandemic, there are still ways for many to send help to those who are in need, especially to the frontliners who are taking care of us up until today. For Kristine Lim’s part, she wants to extend help to the frontliners and displaced workers through her paintings, her latest art exhibit proved to be a huge success.
Her Almost There Art Exhibit that was held last October 2 at The Manila Hotel is successfully and safely done thanks to the CypressArk team, making sure that the safety and the welfare of the guest needs to be on top priority.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was initiated by DPWH Secretary Mark Villar, together with Atty. Joey Lina (President of the Manila Hotel), Jaime Jasper Lim (husband of the artist), and parents.
Knowing that her exhibit will be for a good cause, many of the high-profile personalities pledged to support the exhibit, including Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri who is smitten on her Philippine Eagle painting.
Kristine is managed by a group of Christian artists called Christian+Collective. This exhibit is for a cause. Proceeds from the paintings and the actual Aesca products (where the artworks will be translated and reproduced) will be used to support those in the frontlines of this battle and the displaced workers due to the pandemic through missions of JKL Foundation Inc.
You can still visit Kristine Lim’s Exhibit at the Manila Hotel until October 15, and she will also be having another exhibit at the Diamond Hotel from October 16-20, 2020, don’t miss it!