Lynden Godsoe was raised alongside of the ponies, dogs and cats of her family's horseback riding facility in West Grove, Pennsylvania, brought up in the middle of two sisters, each with talents of their very own. It was her homeschool upbringing and rural lifestyle that has inspired a deep thinking, imaginative life, and blossoming collection of illustrative work. From a young age, Lynden started art classes at the Center for the Creative Arts in Hockessin, Delaware, to later years attending workshops at Artistic Roots in Plymouth, New Hampshire, and back down to Kennett Square, Pennsylvania to study for a semester under Neilson Carlin of Studio Rilievo. In 2011, at the age of sixteen, Lynden worked with writer and horse welfare advocate Alex Brown to create twenty-six pen and ink illustrations for his book, 'Greatness and Goodness: Barbaro and His Legacy'. In recent years, Lynden has tried her hand with pen and ink; watercolor, and finally found her preferred medium in liquid ink and brush, of which she is self-taught. Her work captures the imaginative side of nature that she has carried with her from her recreational and nature classes with her family amongst the fields and streams of White Clay Creek, and the "Wyeth country" that she feels home to. Currently, Lynden takes on a variety of commission work for clients all across the east coast, in her medium of liquid ink and brush. She also keeps up her equestrian lifestyle at her sister's, 'The Covert Farm LLC' in Nottingham, PA.