Home of fiber artist Tami Fuller, located at 21 Elm St, East Aurora.
Studio Hours and Private Lessons by Appointment.
Accepting Commissions and private students for Summer 2022.
Monthly group workshops and private cocoon sessions held at The MUSELoft through MUSEjar in East Aurora and the Rochester Brainery in Rochester.
Gallery hours at 21 Elm by appointment.
Currently featuring works in oil by
Joanne Goellner (@thatbluegirl)
NEWS + EVENTS
NATURAL DYE TO TABLE
JUNE 5 + 12
WITH DAILYS CATERING:
An two-part immersion in natural dyeing: Turn food into art. Then eat (on) it.
A graden to table experience with local foods. Includes catered alfresco brunch June 12 under the trees of Elm Street in village center, East Aurora.
WEAVING IN THE PARK
JUNE 11 + 12
KNOX FARM ESTATE
Did you know there used to be sheep at Knox Park? Art in the Park through the Town of Aurora at Knox Farm returns, and we get to bring fiber back to Knox. Join me for a two-day plein-air weaving workshop. Learning to weave and spend some time outdoors surrounded by nature and create from nature's palette.
EDUCATE. ILLUMINATE. EMPOWER. MODERN FIBER.
Now Accepting Students for Private Spinning, Weaving and Felting Instruction.
In addition to private instruction, a monthly selection of fiber related workshops run with our friends at MUSEjar in East Aurora and The Rochester Brainery. We also have select seasonal group workshops Lagom in Brockport.
All workshops are limited size and require careful and responsible health practices.
Check out the #learn page and don't forget to subscribe to get updates to the workshop schedule!
FOR THE #FIBERCURIOUS
An open session for the fiber curious! Get access to the fiber studio, where you'll be exposed to one facet of the fiber arts each month in an open, supportive environment focused on exploring the techniques of fiber and textile arts.
FIBER FRIDAY OPEN STUDIO SESSIONS: MAY
FIBER FRIDAY OPEN STUDIO SESSIONS: JUNE
SHOP IN STUDIO
Gotland sheep have been bred for centuries in Sweden as a dual purpose breed, having been brought to isle of Gotland by Viking seafarers. I am proud to offer a variety of American bred Gotland Sheep Pelts. Each is unique, and individual prices vary depending on size, staple length and weight. Prices range from $175 starting, up to $500. All are products of yearling lamb, in an way to honor the animal by ensuring that all parts are valued and used, as opposed to mass market produced pelts. Some are suitable for garment piece work, and all are luscious and make perfect gifts. Shop the only Authentic Gotland pelts available in Western New York.
Garment Grade tanning work and machine washable for easy care. #communicate to ask for photos of the stock for sale or to arrange a private shop in the studio on Elm.