Trail of Painted Ponies "Wound Up on the Range" 1E/8,516 (damaged box)
Pony Story: An architect who wanted to design buildings in the Frank Lloyd Wright tradition, who wanted to work outside the lines, in other words, for many years Roger made his living as a draftsman, translating architectural designs into three-dimensional illustrations. As an escape, he turned to humorous sculpture. By placing a little boy wearing a ten-gallon Stetson on the back of a Pony painted to look like a Southwestern landscape, and adding wheels to the base and a cord with a ball at the end, Roger has transformed his Painted Pony into a child's pull toy.
Item #: 1541
Release Date: Winter 2004
Artist: Roger Evans
Size: 6" Tall
Retired: September 2004
Last Number at Retirement: 1E/8,600