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Collection: Sharon Byerly

Sharon Byerly is of Alaskan Aleut descent and has been making drums for over 19 years. She is a seasoned traditional Native American drum-maker, drummer, singer, dancer and story-teller. The frames for her drums are handcrafted from NW American Cedar and the drum heads are made from deer or elk skin. Sharon says, “when I make the drums I put prayer into them, thanking the cedar tree for giving its life… thanking the deer, elk, moose, bear, buffalo for giving their life. All the bigger drum sticks come from my big-leaf maple tree in my yard, I thank her for giving me her branches to share the magic of the drum to heal the world.”
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  • 10" Painted Hand Drum with Yin/Yang Bear Paw Design
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