Short Courses

Chinese Ink Painting: Further Ink Work

Landscape painting is regarded as the highest form of Chinese ink painting. In this course, participants will work on large pieces of artwork with a focus on painting various landscapes and surrounding objects with accuracy.

This course is suitable for those who have completed Chinese Ink Painting level XV and/or professional artists who are looking to deepen their techniques in landscape painting. For beginners, you may wish to join Chinese Ink Painting I and progress to levels II – XV. 

About the trainer
Lim Choon Jin is a renowned Singapore contemporary ink artist with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons First Class) and a Master in Arts (Fine Arts) from RMIT (LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts). He has received recognition in prestigious art competitions and awards.

Lim's unique style of calligraphy and Chinese ink showcases abstraction and dissociation, creating a captivating mental spatial experience for viewers. Despite his passion for art since childhood, Lim pursued a teaching career before dedicating himself full-time to painting after retiring from the Ministry of Education in 1998. His inspirations stem from his travels and deep observations of nature, and he deftly creates his artworks without pre-tracings, relying on years of experience in Chinese ink painting to guide him. His exceptional works are sought after by both corporations and private collectors, making him a prominent figure in the arts community.

Note: Course trainers are, on occasion, subject to change with short notice.


Chinese Ink Painting: Further Ink Work I (Treescape)

Chinese Ink Painting: Further Ink Work II (City and rural scape)

Course dates for the courses will be available soon.

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Chinese Ink Painting: Further Ink Work III (Landscape)

No. of classes Days Dates Time
10 Every Mon 17 Jul – 18 Sep 2023 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Application Information

Course materials

To be advised before the course’s start date.

Who should attend

Advanced level Chinese ink painting students who have completed Chinese Ink Painting Level XV and or professional Chinese ink painting artists who wish to learn new techniques.

Eligible schemes / subsidies:
Claimable under SkillsFuture Credit
National Silver Academy (NSA) subsidy

$720.00 (per unit)

Note: Course fee not inclusive of application fee and GST.

(after National Silver Academy (NSA) subsidy)

Note: NSA fee is inclusive of GST.