Linda Cordial has a love for nature and the outdoors. It was when Linda and her husband Dan lived on a secluded farm in Putnam County that she became passionate about blue herons and other waterfowl. She could spend hours observing the birds in their natural habitat.
Today, Cordial lives on Morse Lake and enjoys kayaking the wetlands north of Red Bridge, where she quietly blends into the environment and observes. Blue herons and cranes are her favorite species.
Cordial has only been painting for a couple of years, and she plans to spend more time in the future focusing on her love of nature and her newfound passion for painting. You’ll be seeing more of Cordial’s artwork in the future.
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