Vietnamese Artist

Lim Khim Katy

Lim Khim Katy is a child of Cambodian-father and a Vietnamese-mother. Born in 1978, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Katy receives formal training from Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts University and graduated in 2001. She received many accolades & merits from a variety of associations, and became is a member of the Fine Arts Association of Ho Chi Minh City in 2005. Her first international solo exhibition was held in 2006.

Remaining true to her distinctive style, using only painting knives and limited color palette, Lim Khim Katy conveys strong emotions that are deeper than what the eyes can see on the canvas whether the painting is of the scene of nostalgic village homes or a landscape. Her paintings are in private collections in North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia.

2001

Certificate of merit at Vietnam National Fine Arts Exhibition for the painting “Naptime”.Certificate of merit at Asia Pacific Contemporary Fine Arts Exhibition organized by Philip Morris for the painting “The Power of Numbers ”

2003

Certificate of merit of section 6 exhibition for the painting ” Silence”.Award from the Vietnam Literary and Artistry Association at Section 6 Exhibition for the painting “Empty Bowls”

2004

Third prize of Young’s Eyes Exhibition organized by the Consulate General of France and the Vietnam Literary and Artistry.Association for the painting “Empty Bowls”.Consolation prize at Vietnam ethnic minority artists exhibition organized by the Fine Arts Association for the painting “Everyone has his own dream”

2005

Solo Exhibition in Hanoi, Vietnam Certificate of merit at Vietnam National Fine Arts Exhibition for the painting “Black Sea”.Award from the Vietnam Association at Section 6 Exhibition for the painting “Asian Woman”.International Exhibition in Museum Vietnam for the painting “Thinking of Another People”

2006

Solo Exhibition “Symphony of Thoughts” at La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand.

2007

Solo Exhibition “Sun, Wind, Water” at Hanoi Studio, Hanoi, Vietnam.

2010

Solo Exhibition “Portrait of Silence” at La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand.

Noon Time
Oil on Canvas 90 x 100 cm

Garden (2006)
Oil on Canvas 110 x 120 cm

Light of Moon (2013)
Oil on Canvas 90 x 100 cm

Sunrise (2013)
Oil on Canvas 90 x 100 cm

Sunny Smile (2013)
Oil on Canvas 90 x 100 cm