Linda Spenser's first memory of creating something was third grade when she made a basket out of cardboard.
In High School she began drawing animals, but getting married and raising 3 children side-tracked her art until
she turned thirty-three. Now as Linda studies and returns to her drawing, she likes to concentrate on the muscular
formation as well as the bone structure of her subject in attempt to be as faithful as possible to its form.
Often she incorporates found objects into her work, suchas silverware, copper flashing, window screening,
stained glass or anything that might catch her eye.
"Art is as much a part of me as is my arm." says Linda.