Udu Drum Workshops
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Masoud’s work is a continually evolving experiment in texture, form and colour. Besides large vessels, platters, sculptured wall pieces, garden and water fountain sculptures and high-fired glazed table ware, he creates three sizes of Udu, clay drum instruments that originate in Nigeria.

Masoud’s passion for clay (and warmer weather) led him for five consecutive winters to the North island of New Zealand, where he studied from and worked with various local and regional sculptors and potters.

Masoud teaches hand building, burnishing and smoke firing (including a “build your own Udu” course) at his oceanfront studio during his spring and fall workshops on scenic Hornby Island, B.C.

For more information about Udus and workshops, click on the About the“Udu Drum” icon.