Material: Resin Size: 7" Tall Form: Regal Retired: May 2016 3) Party Animal Pony Story: Every special occasion calls for a painted pony, prancing and parading in a party hat with pretty presents. Let the fun begin because this special one is sure to be the center of attention! So look out, stand back, here comes the leader of the pony pack and everyone is invited to take a ride on the party- side with this little Party Animal. Release Date: Fall 2015 Artists: Karlynn Keyes and Valor Lee Material: Resin Size: 7.25" Tall Form: Regal Retired: May 2016 4)Horse of the Rising Sun Pony Story: An acclaimed Native artist from the Jemez Pueblo, in New Mexico, George Toya describes his work as “part fantasy, part reality, and filled with narrative awaiting discovery.” His Painted Pony depicts, on one side, the night with the stars, constellations, shooting star, and moon, with the North Star at the center “so we never lose our way.” On the other side he presents the day with different life forms, images and colors that represent beauty, and the sun at the center “without which life is not possible.” Release Date: Summer 2015 Artist: Jemez Pueblo Material: Resin Size: 8.5" Tall Form: Rearing Retired: September 1, 2017 Included in this Painted Pony Package are (4) brand new (in their original box, never taken out), Collector Painted Pony Ornaments! They are: 1) Trail of Tears Pony Story: A dramatic and moving followup to the bestselling Wounded Knee, Trail of Tears respectfully remembers one of the saddest episodes in American and Native American history: the forced relocation of the Cherokee Indians from their Tribal Lands in Oklahoma during the brutal winter of 1838. This Painted Pony represents the struggle of the Cherokee people who were made to march more than a thousand miles under the worst possible conditions. There were many losses during this long march, it is said that a beautiful Cherokee Rose grew wherever a tear had fallen, in remembrance of those who were lost. Somehow the Cherokee managed to survive the cold and the snow, their dignity intact, in the belief there were better days to come. •Release Date: Fall 2012 •Artist: Vickie Knepper-Adrian •Material: Resin •Size: 2.5" Tall •Form: Unique Form •Retired: February 2016 2) Prince Of The Wind - The Trail Of Painted Ponies Ornament Pony Story: As the story is told, when Sky and Earth gave birth to a royal son they endowed him with the power to fly without wings, the ability to dance without music, and the endurance to rule over the vast Arabian desert. Last of all, they painted his nature with beauty and grace, before enthroning him as “Prince of the Wind.” • Measures: 2.5" H • Stone Resin • Artist Kathleen Moody 3) Sweet Treat Roundup Pony Story: A favorite Christmas memory of this artist was standing on her tiptoes for a closer look at a frosting-laden cookie-house atop her grandmother’s dark wood table. Many years later, she would think how wonderful it would be to create her own Holiday treat – a Painted Pony made of gingerbread wearing candy cane, gum drops and sprinkles instead of a traditional saddle and bridle. • Release Date: Holiday 2015 • Artist: Laurie Cook • Material: Resin • Size: 2.5" Tall • Form: Walking • Retired: July 1, 2016 4) A Royal Holiday Pony Story: Welcome to the Royal Palace, where you are invited to throw open the stable doors and go for a Royal Ride on a prancing Royal Pony that is decorated with glittering, golden hooves and a glorious, gilded saddle encrusted with rubies. Most certainly, a gift for a King or a Queen that will complete a Royal Holiday. • Release Date: Holiday 2015 • Artist: Karlynn Keyes and Valor Lee • Material: Resin • Size: 7" Tall - Form: Regal • Retired: No In completing this package, Painted Pony Artist Lynn Bean has added her renowned Jewelry! Designed, painted, handmade, and crafted in copper by award winning Painted Pony Artist, Lynn Bean. The earrings and bracelet are breathtaking! We are indebted to this well noted artists support to our mission, allowing us to give you the rare opportunity to acquire these beautiful pieces by acclaimed artist, Lynn Bean. ">

Trails of the Panted Ponies - (4) Retired Ponies, (1) of them signed by the Artist, (4) Painted Pony Ornaments, and crafted in copper jewelry by award winning Painted Pony Artist, Lynn Bean.

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Trails of the Panted Ponies - (4) Retired Ponies, (1) of them signed by the Artist, (4) Painted Pony Ornaments, and crafted in copper jewelry by award winning Painted Pony Artist, Lynn Bean.

Back by popular demand is our Painted Pony Package! For those of you who follow and collect 'Trails of the Painted Ponies', you know the value of this package! Generally these ponies run from $40 to $1,500+ (individually) if wanting to purchase one. They can go higher than that if retired, and/or signed by the artist, becoming collector's items worth hundreds. Serious collectors have been searching for a way to collect figurines that are hand signed and hand numbered by the artists who created the original works of art from The Trail of Painted Ponies. Each figurine is inspired by an original Painted Pony artwork, has been crafted with an exquisite attention to detail, and has received "creative approval" from the artist. As such, each figurine has an authenticity that makes it an artwork in its own right. Painted Pony figurines are cast in either ceramic or resin and stand approximately 7" in height. Twelve new designs are released every six months, and at least once a year, a certain number of figurines are "retired." Each is sequentially numbered and is accompanied by a "story tag" which tells the tale of the Pony, and provides information about the artist.

This years exciting Painted Pony Package offers (4) retired ponies (1 of which the Artist signed), and an additional (4) Painted Pony Ornaments!

Painted Pony Figurines:

1)Gingerbread Pony – Hand embellished & Signed by the artist herself, First Edition

Pony Story:

Come Christmas in artist Lynn Bean's home, baking gingerbread cookies was a cherished tradition. "As my mother rolled out the dough, my sister and I would press the cookie cutter designs of stars, bells, animals and people. The yummy smell of gingerbread baking would fill the kitchen. After the cookies cooled we would add frosting and decorations. Then we would eat the rejects, making enough to take to Grandma's house or for friends at school." With these magical memories in mind, Lynn designed a Pony of frosted cookies and candies, complete with a Christmas country scene of an old barn and a gingerbread family leading a pony among the trees and bells of the holiday.

Release Date: Holiday 2007

Artist: Lynn Bean

Material: Resin

Size: 7" Tall

Form: Running

Retired: February 2010

2)The Artist

Pony Story:

All Painted Ponies are unique designs created by artistic individuals, but this is the first Pony to symbolize the artistic process itself. Working with a complicated Appaloosa pattern and covering her Pony with a messy array of paint splatters that you would expect to find on an artist so focused on their creativity that they would end up with as much paint on them self as on their canvas. This Canadian film school student, who currently lives in British Columbia and is pursuing a career in Animation, has created a design that stands for the Inner Painted Pony Artist within all of us.

Release Date: Fall 2015

Artist: Darynn Bednarczyk p>Material: Resin

Size: 7" Tall

Form: Regal

Retired: May 2016

3) Party Animal

Pony Story:

Every special occasion calls for a painted pony, prancing and parading in a party hat with pretty presents. Let the fun begin because this special one is sure to be the center of attention! So look out, stand back, here comes the leader of the pony pack and everyone is invited to take a ride on the party- side with this little Party Animal.

Release Date: Fall 2015

Artists: Karlynn Keyes and Valor Lee

Material: Resin

Size: 7.25" Tall

Form: Regal

Retired: May 2016

4)Horse of the Rising Sun

Pony Story:

An acclaimed Native artist from the Jemez Pueblo, in New Mexico, George Toya describes his work as “part fantasy, part reality, and filled with narrative awaiting discovery.” His Painted Pony depicts, on one side, the night with the stars, constellations, shooting star, and moon, with the North Star at the center “so we never lose our way.” On the other side he presents the day with different life forms, images and colors that represent beauty, and the sun at the center “without which life is not possible.”

Release Date: Summer 2015

Artist: Jemez Pueblo

Material: Resin

Size: 8.5" Tall

Form: Rearing

Retired: September 1, 2017

Included in this Painted Pony Package are (4) brand new (in their original box, never taken out), Collector Painted Pony Ornaments! They are:

1) Trail of Tears

Pony Story:

A dramatic and moving followup to the bestselling Wounded Knee, Trail of Tears respectfully remembers one of the saddest episodes in American and Native American history: the forced relocation of the Cherokee Indians from their Tribal Lands in Oklahoma during the brutal winter of 1838. This Painted Pony represents the struggle of the Cherokee people who were made to march more than a thousand miles under the worst possible conditions. There were many losses during this long march, it is said that a beautiful Cherokee Rose grew wherever a tear had fallen, in remembrance of those who were lost. Somehow the Cherokee managed to survive the cold and the snow, their dignity intact, in the belief there were better days to come.

•Release Date: Fall 2012

•Artist: Vickie Knepper-Adrian

•Material: Resin

•Size: 2.5" Tall

•Form: Unique Form

•Retired: February 2016

2) Prince Of The Wind - The Trail Of Painted Ponies Ornament

Pony Story:

As the story is told, when Sky and Earth gave birth to a royal son they endowed him with the power to fly without wings, the ability to dance without music, and the endurance to rule over the vast Arabian desert. Last of all, they painted his nature with beauty and grace, before enthroning him as “Prince of the Wind.”

• Measures: 2.5" H

• Stone Resin

• Artist Kathleen Moody

3) Sweet Treat Roundup

Pony Story:

A favorite Christmas memory of this artist was standing on her tiptoes for a closer look at a frosting-laden cookie-house atop her grandmother’s dark wood table. Many years later, she would think how wonderful it would be to create her own Holiday treat – a Painted Pony made of gingerbread wearing candy cane, gum drops and sprinkles instead of a traditional saddle and bridle.

• Release Date: Holiday 2015

• Artist: Laurie Cook

• Material: Resin

• Size: 2.5" Tall

• Form: Walking

• Retired: July 1, 2016

4) A Royal Holiday

Pony Story: Welcome to the Royal Palace, where you are invited to throw open the stable doors and go for a Royal Ride on a prancing Royal Pony that is decorated with glittering, golden hooves and a glorious, gilded saddle encrusted with rubies. Most certainly, a gift for a King or a Queen that will complete a Royal Holiday.

• Release Date: Holiday 2015

• Artist: Karlynn Keyes and Valor Lee

• Material: Resin

• Size: 7" Tall - Form: Regal

• Retired: No

In completing this package, Painted Pony Artist Lynn Bean has added her renowned Jewelry!

Designed, painted, handmade, and crafted in copper by award winning Painted Pony Artist, Lynn Bean. The earrings and bracelet are breathtaking! We are indebted to this well noted artists support to our mission, allowing us to give you the rare opportunity to acquire these beautiful pieces by acclaimed artist, Lynn Bean.

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