Trail of Painted Ponies - Love as Strong as a Horse, Mosaic Appaloosa, and Painted Lady. Each can be purchased for $40 each, or as a set for $120.
Love as Strong as a Horse:
"It was a Cherokee tradition for each family to make and hang a mask in the house for power and protection, to keep in good luck and keep out the bad," says Cherokee artist Jesse Hummingbird, whose paintings of brightly colored, geometric faces have become his signature.
Item #: 1595
Release Date: Winter 2004
Artist: Jesse Hummingbird
Retired: July 2005
Last Number at Retirement: 2E/5921
After distinguishing himself in the field of graphic design in Colorado, Bob established a national name for himself in the fine art field with a signature style that borders on the abstract, yet reflects a true image. His paintings are part of permanent museum collections in Poland, Finland, Germany and Japan, and were displayed in special shows at the White House and Smithsonian Institution.
Item #: 1466
Release Date: Summer 2003
Artist: Bob Coonts
Retired: March 2004
Last Number at Retirement: 2E/3601
Painted Ladies is a term often applied to resplendent Victorian houses, brightly painted and expertly restored. Armed with this knowledge, New Mexico artist Barbara Quimby cleverly conceived of this Painted Lady Pony, a dolled-up equine celebration of the Victorian spirit as it lives today.
Item #: 12211
Release Date: Summer 2005
Artist: Barbara Quimby
Retired: January 2007
Last Number at Retirement: 2E/7237