Trail of the Painted Ponies (6)
Horses can be purchased individually for $25 each or all together for $150
Lightning Bolt Colt:
In Lakota Sioux mythology, the horse is a Thunder Being, who brings storms to Mother Earth. With storms come rain and change.
Item #: 1461
Artist: Dyanne Strongbow
Retired: January, 2009
Last Number at Retirement: 8E/1592
David DeVary is an emerging 'New West' artist who celebrates the myths of American West. His oil and gold-leaf paintings, boldly colored and dramatically top lit, resent contemporary cowboys and cowgirls in the guise of romanticized American icons.
Item #: 12227
Artist: David DeVary
Retired: January, 2010
Last Number at Retirement: 3E/4841
This pony showcases a beautiful scene from the famous ballet, The Nutcracker. With stunning colors and a story to go along with it - this piece is definitely a conversation starter.
Item #: 2E/6263
Artist: Janee Hughes
Retired: December, 2009
Dog & Show Pony:
Sedona wildlife artist Gene Dieckhoner whose noteworthy accomplishments include serving as art director for Fox Animation Studios has created a delightful tribute to our 'faithful friends'.
Item #: 12231
Artist: Gene Dieckhoner
Retired: July, 2009
Last Number at Retirement: 4E/1730
Anyone who has lived in the West knows firsthand about the power and unpredictability of a wildfire. Just like wild horses, who are powerful and unpredictable this shows a beautiful creation of the blend of the two.
Item #: 1458
Artist: Gerri Mattson
Retired: March, 2004
Last Number at Retirement: 2E/9117
Caballo Brillante Pony:
This horse showcases a beautiful intertwine of Native American and Southwest art. Horses are transformed into magnificent works of art, as powerful as they are original.
Item #: 1456
Artist: Roger Montoya
Last Number at Retirement: 2E/8794