I’m happy right now because I found something that actually feeds my soul.
Such beautiful words coming from a happy individual who learned and accepted her talent. Later, she shared the same happiness by offering her hand-painted glassware pieces to the market. And her works of art are simply stunning, all reflective of her passion towards the arts and of bringing joy. She is Fchel Estanislao, an artist and the owner of Glassicology. She offers hand-painted glassware items ideal as gifts, event tokens, and souvenirs.
Fchel was an Event Management College Instructor at different universities and colleges before. She also worked as an Independent Event Consultant. Her uncle’s figurine family business inspired her to put up her own souvenir shop. Since she has always been a lover of glassware, she decided to focus on that.
What I love about Fchel’s work is that she can make an ordinary glass coaster, for instance, appealing and unique. And because everything is hand-painted with love, you can feel and see the passion on each piece.
I would want to order a Starry Night glass coaster from her. I sent her the design I would want her to copy. Not only do I admire her creativity, but more so salute her integrity. She begged not to copy the art I sent her but instead offered to make her own interpretation.
This only shows how she respects other artist’s work and her confidence in her own capacity.
I know this may come very late for the holidays. But there will always be special occasions when you would want to give the gift of hand-painted glassware. Check Fchel’s Glassicology and surely you would love her beautifully hand-painted items. Aside from accepting online orders, she also joins bazaar where her masterpieces and custom pieces are displayed.
No wonder looking at her art pieces brings joy. Fchel must be working on each with such beautiful smile as well.
Momi Berlin Directory
Devoted. Compassionate, Instinctive. Berlin loves to write personal narratives, thrilling discoveries, and mommy tips that make daily living the happiest. She shares the small house with her husband and their five boys.