PORCELAIN

Ros Ng

Camie Bolus

Terly Chikiamco

Tess Colayco

Tess Colayco

Lucy Torres-Gomez



Porcelain painting is achieved through hand painting on porcelain plate, and is fired in a kiln for the paint to be permanently absorbed by the plate. The same process is done several times until the desired output is achieved. The class is conducted on a monthly 3-day scheduled workshop. New students are required to purchase a starting kit, that includes tools, brushes and starting plates.

class rates & schedule

Regular Online Classes (with Background)

Monday and Thursday

2:00 PM- 4:00 PM

Per Session

PhP 3,200.00 Senior

PhP 4,480.00 Regular

Full Course

PhP 3,200.00 Senior

PhP 4,480.00 Regular


Beginners Class

Saturday

9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Full Course

PhP 4,000.00 Senior

PhP 5,600.00 Regular

mee lee casey

Mee Lee Casey, instructor to Porcelain Painting, shares her 20+ years of knowledge and training on the craft. Learning from various countries, UK, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia, she brings the new art form in the Philippines, hence the first of its kind in the country.