Painted Ponies

Painted Ponies

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  • PONY Happy Trails Brave Heart

    appy Trails Brave Hearts Fig Introduction: June 2011 Figurine Stone Resin 4.325in H x 1.5in W x 5.5in L Perfect size and price for gift-giving! Artist: Elizabeth S. Hill; Legends tell us of horses and warriors who fearlessly romaed the plains. Today, the winds of time have created a new world of BraveHearts, who inspire us every day. Learn More
  • PONY Night Flight Ornament

    Hanging Ornament 2.375 in H Learn More
  • PONY Stormy Figurine

    Artist: David L Archie Outside most of the time, horses don’t mind a little wind and rain. In fact, they are known to often kick up their heels in the presence of violent weather. In legend, horses were even believed to have been sired by the Wind God Learn More
  • PONY Spirit Horse Figurine

    Artist: Lynn Bean Much loved for their strength, beauty, nobility, and speed, horses are also considered by some cultures as symbols of extreme good luck. Learn More
  • PONY Unicorn Magic Figurine

    The flowers on the base light up! Artist: Audrey Dixon, Unicorns have a reputation for roaming forests and fields, except for special moments when like magic they appear at the edge of a clearing, their silver coat radiant, their golden horn glistening. Learn More
  • PONY Rope My Heart Figurine

    Artist: Lorna Matsuda Whether it’s galloping along a beautiful beach at sunset, cantering through meadows of sunflowers, or being pulled by a horse-drawn sleigh through winter snow, horses have the ability to add romance Learn More
  • PONY Crow Warrior's Pride

    Crow Warrior’s Pride Artist: Kevin Kilhoffer Once a nomadic tribe that roamed what is now Montana and Wyoming, the way of life for the Crow Indian Tribe changed dramatically with the acquisition of the horse. Young men, instructed in horsemanship at an early age, grew into warriors who inspired awe among other tribes for their amazing feats on horseback. An Oklahoma artist who has studied Plains Indians extensively created this tribute to the way the Crow also dressed their horses with more display than many other tribes, incorporating quill embroidery, beadwork, pendants, braided rawhide and the carving arts into their equine regalia. Learn More
  • PONY Godspeed

    Artist: Tesha Hammonds Created by an artist who is intimately familiar with racehorses because she owns one, Godspeed is brilliant rendition of a jockey on a Thoroughbred whose tail and mane flag in the wind as they speed towards the winner’s circle. Learn More
  • PONY Squash Blossom

    Artist: Devon Archer The inspiration for Squash Blossom comes from the artist’s admiration of the beautiful, hand-hammered silver-and-turquoise jewelry made by Navajo silversmiths, and the fine textiles created by Navajo weavers. Learn More
  • PONY Regalia

    Regalia Figurine Introduction: September 2013 Figurine Brass, Stone Resin 7in H x 7in W x 2.5in L Artist: Janet Snyder Crow Indians were renowned for colorful bead work and distinctive geometric compositions. Astride a Pony like “Regalia,” a Crow Indian would have been a strikingly powerful presence as he rode across the open plains. Learn More

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