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Jeanette Jarmon Edit Profile

artist , educator

Jeanette Jarmon, American artist, educator. National Board Certified, Mississippi. Recipient artist-in-residence grant, National Education Association, 2000. Member Leadership Clinton, 1995, Right to Life, Jackson, 1990; art teacher Veterinary Center; Member of Clinton Chamber of Commerce, National Association Women in Arts.

Background

Jarmon, Jeanette was born on February 21, 1954 in Vicksburg, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of Henry McLean and Ola Mae Jarmon.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education/Art, Mississippi College, Clinton, 1976. Master of Education/Art, Mississippi College, Clinton, 1991.

Career

Artist Art by JNET, Clinton, 1991. Art teacher Terry (Mississippi) High School, 1999. Art instructor Mississippi State Hospital, Whitfield, since 2001.

Chosen artist Jackson (Mississippi) Zoo, 1995, Neshoba County Fair, Philadelphia, Mississippi, 1997. Artist-in-residence Baptist Healthplex, Clinton, since 2004. Speaker in field.

Achievements

  • National Board Certified, Mississippi.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Video series, The Creative Child, 1991 (Honorary Mention, International Film and Video Festival, 1992), mural, The Owl Cafe, 1998.

Membership

Member Leadership Clinton, 1995, Right to Life, Jackson, 1990. Art teacher Veterinary Center. Member of Clinton Chamber of Commerce, National Association Women in Arts.

Connections

Children: Sarah Grace Wadford, Benjamin Carl Carver, Jesse McLean Carver, Aaron Grayson Carver.

father:
Henry McLean

mother:
Ola Mae Jarmon

children:
Aaron Grayson Carver Jarmon

Sarah Grace Wadford Jarmon

Benjamin Carl Carver Jarmon

Jesse McLean Carver Jarmon