Elizabeth Leggett is a Hugo award-winning illustrator whose work focuses on soulful, human moments-in-time. In February, she had her first one woman show at the Jean Cocteau (George R.R. Martin’s theater/gallery) in Santa Fe. Her clients currently include Skyboat Media (Grammy winning audiobook company), Incarnate Games and Rook Creek Publishing. Her work can be found in Spectrum22, Spectrum 24, Infected By Art Vol 3-5, Expose 12, WIRED, ImagineFX, Mothership Zeta, Lightspeed Magazine and more. She has been nominated for two Chesley awards. She was special issue art director for Lightspeed Magazine for “Women Destroy Fantasy!” and “Queers Destroy Science Fiction!”
In addition to illustration, Elizabeth plans to return to writing later this year. Her short story, Mercury can be found in Ravens in the Library, a short story collection that includes the works of Charles De Lint and Neil Gaiman.
Elizabeth, her husband, and their two cats live in New Mexico. She suggests if you ever visit the state, look up. The skies are absolutely spectacular!
Here are a few featured selections of Elizabeth’s work- you can find more at her website, Portico Arts.