|Influences Rose Naranjo|
Name Nora Naranjo-Morse
|Nationality American, Santa Clara Pueblo|
Fields Native North American Artist, Potter and Ceramist
Alma mater BA, College of Santa Fe
Education Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Residence Espanola, New Mexico, United States
Books Mud Woman: Poems from the clay, A first clay gathering
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Born 1953 (age 68 years), New Mexico, United States
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Nora Naranjo Morse (born 1953) is a Native American potter and poet. She currently resides in Espanola, New Mexico just north of Santa Fe and is a member of the Santa Clara Pueblo. She is the daughter of potter Rose Naranjo. Her work can be found in several museum collections including the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, the Minneapolis Institute of Art in Minnesota, and the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, where her hand-built sculpture piece, Always Becoming, was selected from more than 55 entries submitted by Native artists as the winner of an outdoor sculpture competition held in 2005. In 2014, she was honored with a NACF Artist Fellowship for Visual Arts and was selected to prepare temporal public art for the 5x5 Project by curator Lance Fung.
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"There is no word for art in the Tewa language ... There is though the concept for an artful life, filled with inspiration and fueled by labor and thoughtful approach."