Goldieland Studio offers custom and handmade glassware created to imbue and support the empowerment of women into our daily life.
Goldieland Studio’s new design line focuses on creating functional and beautiful objects that bring a sense of beauty to any space. Each piece that I create is unique, made by hand and with exceptional care. I have been practicing the art of glass flameworking since 2009, developing glass objects in the context of installation, sculpture and performance. I started Goldieland Studio with the intention of creating custom-made objects that embody an experience of beauty and empowerment. Through the hand sculpting process, each piece is made with care, inspired by my culture as a Filipina woman. It draws particularly on the Philippine precolonial priestess the Babaylan, who represents alignment with natural principles and is celebrated today as a feminist symbol of the renewed Filipina woman.
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Rooted in feminist practice, and in the filipino tradition of handicraft, these glasses serve as energetic beacons of sensuality and empowerment. The delicate shape of these glasses are inspired by the female form. Although rooted in female energy and empowerment, they are not just about the female condition; rather they aid in the inner adjusting of both energies within.
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Heart of Glass
limited edition, set of 20
10 editions available per color
Heart of Glass - an ink by natural color material artist Julia Norton and a bottle by glass artist Goldie Poblador - is an object presented in the spirit of Valentine's Day. The ink, made from rose, hibiscus, whole cloves, and rust, will change over time in hue and saturation. This is an ink for writing love letters or diary entries, and for painting anything the heart desires.
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