Try  painting on something new this month!

Join Fchel from Glassicology as she teaches how to paint on fragile and beautiful glass vessels.

In this workshop you will get to know more about glass as a painting surface as well as get acquainted on the materials that can be used to paint on it.

Learn how to mix and achieve the colors you want, and as the basic techniques you need to make your own glass painted artwork too!

All participants get a kit with all the materials needed.

Workshop Kit Inclusions:

• Glass Vessel
• Brush
• Paint
• Mixing palette
• Cloth
• Sponge
• Cleaning Materials


The workshop fee per participant is  P 2,000. As much as 12 participants can attend this class.

Artworks need to dry for a week before participants can pick them up.

Available session dates for August at our workshop space at Unit 302, 926 Pasay Road Condominium (Pamana-Languages Building), Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road, behind New World Hotel), Makati:


  • August 25, (Sunday) 2 pm-5pm

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About the Instructor



Fchel was an Independent Event Consultant and Events Management College Instructor before she started Glassicology Handpainted Designs in 2016. She was always creative but never thought she could be an artist until that time.

For her, painting on glass provides a different kind of joy. It is unlike painting on any other surface because it it like painting on thin air. Painting on glass vessels and flat glasses also require artists to paint their designs in reverse.

Fchel’s works are mainly available on Facebook and Instagram: @glassicology And on bazaars such as Maker’s Market and BGC Art Mart. Her products were also consigned in Hey Kessy, Gift Avenue Cafe and Rustan’s Department Stores. She’s been featured in different print, tv and online media such as Manila Bulletin: Panorama Magazine, PTV 4 Bagong Pilipinas, GMA 7 Unang Hirit, Inside Manila, Momi Berlin, MrsEnero Diaries, Probe Productions and Family Wise Asia.

She facilitates private and public workshops.  Ever the creative she also paints on canvas, makes resin artwork and  manages OPM bands on the side.

But her dream is to move from Glassicology to Glassology and mold her own glasses.




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