Spring 2015 Painted Ponies

 

Commemorating Fifteen Years As America's Premier Horse Collectible... Introducing Fire and Ice.

Fire and Ice
Shipping in July 2018

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11.5" Tall
Clear Painted Resin
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Fire and Ice
by Artist/Sculptor Kathleen Moody

To mark the occasion of fifteen years of creative excellence, The Trail of Painted Ponies has created this very special, commemorative figurine. Titled "Fire and Ice," and cast in clear resin, it depicts a fiery stallion rearing and twisting like a flame from blue ice crystals in a striking representation of the creative process behind each Painted Pony, where the horse serves as inspiration for a wholly original artistic vision.

The Trail of Painted Ponies is pleased to add Kathleen Moody to its stable of contributing artists. A phenomenal equine designer and sculptor who has spent 26 years creating animal sculptures for Breyer, Hartland Collectables, DaBar Enterprises,and Safari  Ltd. as well as her own line of resin horses. Kathleen is the designer and sculptor behind a number of Painted Ponies in the Beauty of the Breed Series.


Kathleen Moody





NEW Winter 2018 Painted Ponies

For the first time ever, a Painted Ponies figurine with light up flowers on the base! Meet “Unicorn Magic,” a truly magical piece.

In legend, horses were believed to have been sired by the Wind Gods, and their wild energy would pull storms like chariots across land and sea. Here comes “Stormy.”

Meet “Rope My Heart.” Horses have the ability to add romance to experiences that couples can share together. They rope our hearts….

Loved for their strength, beauty, nobility, and speed, horses are also considered by some cultures as symbols of extreme good luck, much like “Spirit Horse.”

If you are interested in having your Winter 2018 figurines signed by the artist, please email: info@paintedponies.com




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Unicorn Magic
by Audrey Dixon

The flowers on the base light up! Unicorns have a reputation for roaming forests and fields, untouched and untamed, always elusive, careful to stay unseen by the human eye, except for special moments when like magic they appear at the edge of a clearing, their silver coat radiant, their golden horn glistening in the sunlight, their long mane and tail whipping in the wind, to enchant anyone lucky enough to see them.

I have been customizing model horses since 2011. I mainly do paintwork, but do resculpt work on occasion. I also have painted for Stone Horses in Shipshewana, Indiana as well.

In 2016, one of my customs was chosen as a finalist in the Breyerfest Best Customs contest. He was Top 6 out of ozver 500 entries in his category.
Many of my customs are North American Nationals qualified, and many of my recent customs have been Live Show Champions as well as class winners.

Please visit: audreyswildhorsestudios.weebly.com


Audrey Dixon





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Stormy
by 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 Gods, and their wild energy would pull storms like chariots across land and sea.

I am an untrained artist except for high school. For 5 years I worked in Iraq and Afghanistan as a Police Trainer, then injured my back and returned home. Art is a hobby for me. I have drawn since I was very young. I also paint with watercolor and acrylic. I have submitted work in the past and have always hoped to join the ranks as an Official Painted Ponies Artist.


David L Archie


 



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Rope My Heart
by 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 to experiences that couples can share together. They have a way of making magic happen. They rope our hearts….

Being a realist artist I strive to capture the true spirit and character of each subject I paint. The eyes are a very important factor when I do a painting. I work in many different mediums such as feathers, rock, leather, bone, as well as traditional canvas and acrylic based mediums, along with my beloved painted ponies. I also do commissioned work for clients. My art has been a life long journey and will be with me as long as I am able to paint, it inspires me and takes me to a place of peace and tranquility in the many hours I spend painting.


Lorna Matsuda

 

 


 

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Spirit Horse
by Lynn Bean

Much loved for their strength, beauty, nobility, and speed, horses are also considered by some cultures as symbols of extreme good luck. This is why amulets fashioned in their likeness are believed to capture their aura of independence, and can instill in their wearers a feeling of inner confidence, while offering a kind of spirited guardianship….

A graduate of the Illustration Department of the Kendal School of Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Lynn began her career in retail fashion illustration, but is known today for her beautifully detailed and expressive paintings of birds, wildlife, horses, and Native Americans. Early in her career she specialized in watercolors, but her more recent work creatively incorporates hand-tooled copper, feathers, leather, horsehair and beadwork to produce interesting three-dimensional effects. When she is not exhibiting in juried shows around western North America, Lynn maintains a summer gallery in Sumpter, Oregon, where she sells prints, apparel, and beautifully crafted jewelry based on her unique designs.


Lynn Bean