Celebrity Collection - 2010 Winter
Trail of the Painted Ponies

The Trail of Painted Ponies has created the "Celebrity Collection" to showcase the tremendous artistic talent of well-known celebrities. These multi-talented artists have also demonstrated their compassion and commitment to philanthropy. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Painted Pony in the "Celebrity Collection" goes to support the non-profit organization of the celebrity's choice.


Shiloh - 2010 ~ Retired
6" Tall ceramic


Tony Curtis created Shiloh in support of our Painted Ponies project and his generous nature is most evident in his passionate commitment to the Shiloh Horse Rescue and Sanctuary. This highly respected non-profit organization, founded by Curtis and his wife Jill, has saved more than four hundred horses from peril and provides a sanctuary for these rescued horses to live out their lives in comfort.

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Tony Curtis is one of the most successful actors of his era, appearing in a number of the most popular and acclaimed films of the late 1950s and early 1960s. Curtis symbolizes the Golden Age of Hollywood and is legendary for his good looks, smooth charm and dashing and debonair style.

Shiloh Horse Rescue & Sanctuary is located in Sandy Valley, Nevada, just a short drive from the Curtises' home.

Also an internationally renowned visual artist, Curtis creates brightly colored impressionistic paintings, drawings and assemblages reflecting the glamour of his movie-star status, his generous nature and his zest for life.

Curtis' artwork is featured in prominent galleries, private collections and distinguished museums including New York's Museum of Modern Art. Curtis' original paintings command in excess of $50,000 per canvas.

Dream of Jeannie ~ Dreamcatcher Pony ~ Retired

Barbara Eden

Barbara Eden has been named one of America's 200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons of the 20th Century by People Magazine and one of TV Guide's Most Popular Comedy Television Stars. Barbara starred as "Jeannie" in the classic 1960s television show I Dream of Jeannie, which continues to be broadcast to adoring fans around the world. Barbara Eden's accomplishments have been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She believes in the power of dreams and has created her Painted Pony to share the magic of dreamcatchers with her fans and collectors. Barbara Eden is a strong supporter of breast cancer awareness, research and treatment. A portion of all proceeds from Dreamcatcher figurines will be donated to support worthy breast cancer organizations.

"Discover the beautiful dreams you may weave, when you give yourself the power to believe."Barbara Eden

  • Made in Resin ~ Measures: 7½"



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