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The Trail of Painted Ponies

The Trail of Painted Ponies originated in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2001 as a public art project that invited one-hundred and twenty artists to let their imaginations run wild, and creatively transform life-size fiberglass horse sculptures into original works of art. The dazzling results were displayed around the entire state of New Mexico where they were enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people. The Painted Ponies received rave reviews in the national media and were featured in a documentary film that aired on PBS stations around the country. When sold, they generated close to one million dollars for different arts, cultural, youth, animal, social and environmental organizations. What distinguished The Trail of Painted Ponies from many other animal-themed public art projects was the quality of the artwork. The horse form was created exclusively for The Trail by a nationally acclaimed sculptor. A curatorial effort was made to attract the very best established as well as emerging artists to the project. And a special outreach was made to include Native American artists. Since that time The Trail of Painted Ponies has expanded to new ranges. It has moved its headquarters to Carefree, Arizona. It has created new, scaled-down horse forms for artists to paint. It has mounted a series of national art competitions as a way of broadening artistic involvement. It has introduced a line of high-quality, Painted Pony figurines, inspired by the original Painted Ponies, into the marketplace that has rapidly become one of the most popular collectibles in America. It has entered into licensing agreements with select companies to produce Painted Pony merchandise. It has continued to support philanthropic organizations around the country. For all that it has done to honor the inspirational power and versatility of the horse as a "sculptural canvas" for creative expression, The Trail of Painted Ponies is proud to have played a part in the development of a new American art movement: Pony Expressionism.

Carries the Spirit Pony Figurine

CODE: EP4018361

$68.14 ($74.95 inc GST)
The Trail of Painted Ponies
On a barren, windswept hill in eastern Montana there stands a tall obelisk inscribed with the names of the 268 men of the 7 th Cavalry who lost... More

Celestial Pony Figurine

CODE: 0401838

$68.14 ($74.95 inc GST)
The Trail of Painted Ponies
White horses have a legendary standing in mythologies around the world. They are often believed to possess exceptional properties that transcend... More

Christmas Kittens Pony Figurine

CODE: EP4018405

$68.14 ($74.95 inc GST)
The Trail of Painted Ponies
'Tis the season for adventure and these little Christmas Kittens are sure to get into all the mischief they can muster. From the ribbons to the... More

Lovey Dovey Pony Figurine

CODE: WP4031003

$68.14 ($74.95 inc GST)
The Trail of Painted Ponies
“Lovey Dovey” is an expression we associate with affection and sentimentality, so it is appropriate that this Appaloosa pony is red... More

Woodland Christmas Centrepeice

CODE: EP4027288

$217.27 ($239.00 inc GST)
The Trail of Painted Ponies

This Woodland Christmas Centerpiece features Appy Holidays decorating the Christmas Tree with all of his woodland friends. The first 12 lights begin to light up the night along with the star on top of the tree, which is a holiday beacon to all the animals in the forest. Join them and celebrate the season as the music box plays the classic holiday tune, “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.”

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