Sketch, paint, pencil, ink and e-painting - Linda uses them all. Not stoping at paper or canvas, Linda also carves and sculpts almost anything she can visualize.
Digital imagery is Linda's favorite choice. "If I had to develope all the pictures I've taken, I'd have to mortgage the house. Still, with all those pictures, maybe one in a hundred are good enough to meet my requirements for "PhotoScript".
Linda L. Rigsbee has been sewing since age eight. Along with sewing her own clothes, Linda likes to create note pad holders. Inside is a small address book, a half-pint pen and a note pad. Each one has a theme and a quote by Linda.
Before she started narrowing her hobbies down to make time to write, Linda made specialty cakes. An unusual request was always a challenge.
Holding no claim to being a carpenter, Linda enjoys working with wood. Usually the projects are useful in the house. This picture is of a recent "renovation" of her workstation. It began as the book case and desk with a place for a monitor. the space to the right was for a Smith Corona typewriter - the beginning of her writing career. Later she cut a slot in it so that the paper to her dot-matrix printer could be pulled through. The slot has now been patched and serves as a workspace.
Striving for excellence -
Accepting the best effort in all that I do.
Linda L. Rigsbee is multi-talented. In addition to sculpting, carving and painting, she also enjoys photography, woodwork, sewing, gardening and cake decorating. Taking her writing to a higher level, she home publishes her books and markets them.
Linda home publishes her books. She designs the cover, formats the story, prints and binds the books in her home office.
"I write for pleasure - yours and mine."