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Phyllis Harris
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United States - Missouri - Raymore
Phyllis Harris
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"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. - Pablo Picasso".
 
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been illustrating for children's publishing for over 10 years. To see more visit my personal website at http://www.phyllisharris.com/

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ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Growing up in Kansas City, Missouri, Phyllis was granted her first success in the art world by winning a poster contest in grade school. Her family didn't have many children's books except for those that came free in family size boxes of laundry detergent. However, the few she did have, she pored over for hours on end, and dreamed of making pictures as wonderful as these one day. With the encouragement of many great teachers in high school and college, Phyllis started her career in art at a local city newspaper. After the birth of her daughter, she began freelancing for clients including Hallmark Cards for the next fifteen years. Phyllis began her full-time illustration career for children's publications in 1999. Since then, her illustrations have appeared in magazines and books for clients such as Scholastic, Standard Publishing, Fisher-Price, Hooked On Phonics, Houghton Mifflin, McGraw-Hill, Highlights and High-Five Magazine. To see full client list click here. Phyllis illustrates using a mixture of traditional and digital mediums on a Macintosh computer using Painter and Photoshop software.