I’m going to show you how to make a Udu Drum using a drape mold with a carved design
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Lorna Trigg was born in South Africa and immigrated to the USA in 1988.
Her life as an artist began at a early age, sitting in mud puddles making sculptures and progressing to studies with the indigenous peoples of South Africa, learning traditional styles of working with natural materials.
Her sculptural and functional work is highly influenced by her surroundings and intention to live in and around nature. Lorna is a Creativity and Movement Facilitator. Her life long study has focused on the use of rhythm instruments, and dance of indigenous people.
She has been influenced by the use of percussion for healing and dance, and builds drums that relate especially to Women’s drumming around the globe. She is an enthusiastic consultant and motivational facilitator specializing in developing an awareness of indigenous culture, the function of ancient belief systems, and the connection with today's communities and societies.
Colleges, Galleries, Care-giving facilities, Women's Associations and Boards of Education have invited Lorna to present workshops, seminars and lectures for educators and staff, students, people with special needs, and the public.
She lives with her husband, Craig, in Eureka Springs, on 15 wooded acres.
They are both working artists and run Fire Om Earth Retreat Center and Art Studio, where they offer Creative Workshops Retreats and multi media art classes.
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