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Jeanette Frances Harris, American artist. Recipient Honorable Mention award Edmonds (Washington) Art Festival, 1998.


Harris, Jeanette Frances was born on November 17, 1938 in Mountain Grove, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Solon Francis and Mary Elizabeth (Roper) Manchester.


Bachelor of Science with honors in Education, Missouri State University, 1962.


Judge Sandbridge Art Show, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1976-1977. Board member Textile Designer's Association, 1978-1979. Founding board member Children's Art Center, Norfolk, Virginia, 1977.

Scholarship chairman Marianas O'Wives, 1984, 85, 86, Kitsap Quilters Guild, 1993-1998. Member scholarship board North Kitsap Arts and Crafts, 1990-1992, board member, 1989-1992. Co-founder The Clay People, 1996.


  • Other Work

    • Featured in 500 Teapots, featured in professional magazines, public art commission bronze sculpture, Arness Park, Kingston, Washington, 1992, stoneware sculpture, Arkansas Art Center, 2001, 2002, 2005, Poulsbo Public Library., Evergreen Hospital, Kirkland, 2003, one-woman shows include Shoreline College, Washington, 1990, 1991, exhibited in group shows at Virginia Beach Art Center, Virginia, 1975-1976, Folk Arts Festival, Virginia Beach, 1975-1976, Sandbridge Beach Art Show, 1976-1977, Azalea Festival, Norfolk, Virginia, 1978, exhibited in group shows at Textile Designer's Association Annual Show, Norfolk, 1978, 1979, Studio Northwest Member Shows, London, 1980-1983, Guam Visual Arts Guild, Agana, 1984, Quad-A Guild Annual Fine Art Show, Seattle, 1987, 1988, Missouri State University Alumni Art Show, 1988, Kitsap Arts and Crafts Show, Poulsbo, Washington, 1989—2002, American Association Community and Junior Colleges National Convention, Seattle, 1990, Shoreline Arts Council, 1990, Artworks '92, Silverdale, Washington, 1992, Bainbridge Island Parks and Recreation Arts and Crafts Show, 1992, Hale Koa International Christmas Fair, Honolulu, 1992, Artworks '93, 1993, Sidney Museum and Arts Association, Port Orchard, Washington, 1993, Cultural Arts Foundation, Poulsbo, 1993, Washington Potters' Association, Seattle, since 1993, Seattle Pacific University, 1993, Arts Council of Snohomish County Gallery, Everett, Washington, 1993, 1994, 1994, 1995, Fiberworks '94, Port Townsend, Washington, 1994, Kenai Potters' Show, Alaska, 1994, Kitsap Regional Library., Bremerton, Washington, 1995, Kitsap Quilters' Annual Show, Poulsbo, 1995, 1996, The Clay People's Show, 1996, Cunningham Gallery, University Washington, 1996, Weyrich Gallery, Albuquerque, 1996, Nine Potters Studio, Poulsbo, 1997, Best of the Northwest, Seattle, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005, A Feast for the Eyes, Poulsbo, 1997, Loganberry Festival, Whilberg Island, Washington, 2004, 2005, Best of Northwest, 2002, 2003, 2004, 05, Bellevue Arts Museum, 2005, Redbrick Whimsical Show, Beverly, Massachusetts, 2005.


  • Other Interests

    Internet, genealogy, reading and research, photography, classical music.


Married James Partsch Harris, March 18, 1964. Children: James Patrick, Amy Elizabeth.

Solon Francis Manchester

Mary Elizabeth (Roper) Manchester

James Partsch Harris

James Patrick Harris

Amy Elizabeth Harris