Naranjo-Morse, Nora (1953-)

Nora Naranjo-Morse was born in Espanola, New Mexico, and spent most of her adolescence in Taos. She was the ninth of a family of ten children. She graduated from high school with no long-lasting career aspirations and took several menial jobs, such as sorting mail and selling fireworks, while she decided what to do with her life. After she returned to her native New Mexico, she met her husband, Greg, and they had twins named Eliza and Zakary. During this time of motherhood, she managed to earn a bachelor's degree in social welfare by the year 1980.

In the presence of her mother and sisters, she developed her love and passion for pottery. As a little child she had learned some basic techniques by watching her ...

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