The Painted PONIES

The Painted PONIES

The Painted Ponies horses collection brings together different artists highlighting their passion for riding, painted ponies horses were born around a story and by your imagination you will bring them back to life. You will discover the beauty and magic inspired by Painted Ponies horses thanks to our selection Discover our selection on our online store www.isado-cannes.com

The Painted PONIES

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  • Figurine The Magician Pony The Trail of Painted Ponies

    In certain plains Indian tribes t was a special tribal figure who spoke to and for the horses. 

    He was believed to possess supernatural powers, and call The "Magician.

    " As rendered by Taos artist Andersen Kee, who was born on the Navajo 

    Reservation and whose mother was a weaver and father a silversmith, 

    the "Magician" is releasing a heard of multi-colored spirit Ponies 

    from the inside of his elkskin robe and then gathering them on the backside.

  • Figurine Children of The Garden Cheval The Trail of Painted Ponies

    This delightful creation by a "tile artist" who designs handmade tiles 

    tells a story of children racing across a magical garden on the back of a magical horse. 

  • Figurine Fancy Dancer Pony The Trail of Painted Ponies

    Fancy Dancer 2nd Edition. La danse fantaisie a évolué à partir des danses de guerre et de victoire des premières tribus des Plaines.

    C'est un style de danse énergique, généralement exécuté par des hommes plus jeunes qui tournent, tournent et font des pas et des virages rapides.

    Leurs tenues sont traditionnellement composées de beaucoup de couleurs vives, de perles métalliques, de paillettes et de rubans qui créent un affichage flashy.

    Ils ont deux agitations, un gardon et un serre-tête finement perlé...

    Cette création unique de l'artiste de Virginie Devon Archer a remporté le People's Choice Award dans le cadre du concours national The Native Art of Horse Painting.

  • Figurine Zuni Silver Pony Cheval The Trail of Painted Ponies

    This beautiful pony is part of the Amerindian collection. It honours authentic Amerindian arts and heritage.

    The Zuni tribe of New Mexico is known for its elaborate jewellery and superb silverware, inlaid with hand-carved gemstones and semi-precious stones (turquoise, jet, coral and mother-of-pearl) that represent animals and spirits and have mystical significance.

    Working with patterns found on old silver jewelry Zuni, this Designed by an artist, incorporated images of Rainbow Man 

    the Zuni symbol of the supreme spirit of harmony and healing Kachina the thunderbird and a dragonfly, on a pony, giving it the power to control unpredictable forces normally out of our control.

  • Figurine Thunderbird Suite The Trail of Painted Ponies

    "The Thunderbird glided across the sweeping plains of the West. A harbinger of rain and new life, the great bird was both feared and revered. The blink of its eye could cause bolts of

    lightning to flash; the flap of its wings could create thunder. It was said that a young warrior both brave and fast enough to ride his horse under the bird's great shadow would gain

    sacred spiritual powers

    • On sale!

    Figurine Cheyenne Painted Rawhide The Trail of Painted Ponies

    After thoroughly researching the Cheyenne woman's tradition of painting abstract designs of spiritual significance on dressed, buffalo hides, Liz conceived of a Painted Pony design that,

    in the words of a tribal elder, "is a beauty and has won my heart." The original Cheyenne Rawhide Pony was selected as Best of Show by Southwest Art magazine in the Native Art of

    Horse Painting competition.

    • On sale!

    Statue Painted Lady The Trail of Painted Ponies

    After thoroughly researching the Cheyenne woman's tradition of painting abstract designs of spiritual significance on dressed, buffalo hides, Liz conceived of a Painted Pony design that,

    in the words of a tribal elder, "is a beauty and has won my heart." The original Cheyenne Rawhide Pony was selected as Best of Show by Southwest Art magazine in the Native Art of

    Horse Painting competition.