Teacher, author, artist
PABLO PICASSO once said: ‘Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.’ Norma Harrack had no problem maintaining her artistic attributes, and today her pieces are on display in museums around the world.
A woman born ‘under the clock’, Harrack recalls having a very happy childhood filled with vivid memories of loving, dedicated parents and six siblings. “Ours was a military family, my father an army sergeant major and my mother the caring housewife, provider and adviser. Our excursions were filled with laughter and discovery. As a young child, I was always doodling, hence, I had an instinctive flair for art from a young age. My parents supported my career choice because they recognised my passion. Their encouragement bolstered my pursuit of excellence and I enjoyed the support and admiration of my siblings for the works I crafted.”
Harrack knows no other way of life, and has dedicated the last 25 years to the creative industry. “I