Fiber, Gallery and Teaching Studio Located in the heart of East Aurora at the corner of Main and Elm streets.
The working studio of Tami Fuller, NYSCA CRNY and co-curator, The COMMA Fine Art Gallery
17 Elm Street
Booking private learning and new students fo September 2023 and beyond.
Public workshops through MUSEjar (East Aurora), WNY Book Arts (Buffalo) and the Rochester Brainery (Rochester).
The COMMA Fine Art Gallery shares Blubird's new home at 17 Elm Street. Co-curated and operated by myself and fellow artists Christina Paul and Liz Birardi, the gallery will offer solo and group thematic exhibitions of work.
The COMMA’s mission is to support local and regional artists by providing quality exhibition space and professional support, with a primary goal of fostering community and encouraging the public to engage with art by showcasing fine work in an accessible setting.
NEWS + PRESS
on view :
INSIDE, OUTSIDE, INBETWEEN
OPENS SEPT. 8
Our first thematic exhibiton at the COMMA brings together over 20 local and regional based artists with nearly 50 works of art expressing the ideas of
'the space in between'
an inside/outside space
to exist both within and withouth
crossing the gap
Castellani Art Museum
3-Day Natural Dyeing Series
Sept. 27 -
Over the course of three Wednesday night sessions in the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University, students will learn about of natural vs artificial dyes and plant species that can be used for dye making, with an emphasis on WNY natives. Students will learn the various ways we can extract color, along with a led discussion on working with different materials (organic vs. synthetic) and the environmental impact of petroleum based textiles and the importance of natural alternatives.
EDUCATE. ILLUMINATE. EMPOWER. MODERN FIBER.
Accepting Private Spinning, Weaving and Felting Students for Fall 2023.
Single session private instruction, Buffalo area.
In addition to private instruction, a monthly selection of public fiber related workshops run through MUSEjar in East Aurora and The Rochester Brainery.
All public workshops are available as private small group bookings upon request.
#communicate for a list of available lessons and classes.
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