Candace M. Liddy
How to Draw Horses, the Easy Way
Thursday, April 14
Friday, April 15
Saturday, April 16
As lovers of
horses, many want to capture their beauty in art but find it frustrating or
daunting. Candace has taught for many years how to make this a simpler and more
fun experience. She will break down the process in understandable sections that
people can easily follow with her handouts and visual explanations. As she
sketches large examples, she will help you see how to have the best
experience of drawing for yourself.
Candace M. Liddy
is an accomplished Equine/animal artist and horsewoman. Her childhood was
spent with Grandparents and Great Grandparents who had horses and she spent her childhood learning all she could about her favorite animals. Her art is an
extension of this love, as the beauty of the horse and other animals in all
their forms drives her to sculpt and paint these amazing creatures. She has two
grown children and lives on a hobby farm with her husband and their menagerie
of cats, dogs, and horses, most of them going on the fourth generation of Liddy
70 plus years as a horsewoman
60 plus years as an Equine and Animal Artist
55 plus years as a professional horse breeder, trainer,
judge, horse training and conformation clinician
55 plus years in model horses
Trainer of AQHA,
PHBA, IAHA champions, ROM’s, Legion of Merit, Regional and National top 5 and
10’s. Competed in Dressage up to 3rd level, Intermediate level
Three-day eventing, Grand Prix open jumping, Western and English Gymkhana,
Western Pleasure, Western Riding, Cutting, Reining, hunt seat events, Saddle
seat events, and driving.
for Toyota, Judges Law College in Reno, US Navy, US Army, US Coast Guard, US
Air Force, US Senate and Congress, Investor Diversified Services, American Express,
Norfolk and Southern Railroad, Creata Toy Company, The Horse Collector toys,
Manhattan Toy, Blip Toys, Legion Post 569 Memorial Wall art.
Equine Artist and Sculptor
For AQHA, PHBA, FQHA, SMR, PFHBA, FHOBA, MQHA, FTOBA, MTOBA, WSCA, Churchill
Downs, Canterbury Downs, Remington Park, Oklahoma Horse Council, Kentucky Derby
Museum, The National Racing Museum, The National Cowboy and Western Heritage
Museum, Ramsey Farms, Wind N Wood Farm, plus many personal and private
collections around the world.
Training and Conformation Clinician for University of Minnesota Veterinary College, AQHA, PHBA,
FQHA, SMR, IALHA, USPC, 4H, Carver County Mounted Police Posse.
Teacher of Conformation and Equine art classes for Minnesota Horse Expo, Breyerfest, Carver County Posse,
AQHA, SMR, WSCA, USPC, 4H and many other organizations, schools and groups.
To Date she has sculpted and produced 142 different
bronze editions, commissions and one -of-a-kind pieces, along with 149 limited
edition resin castings.
Signature member of the Academy of Equine art since 2001.