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Name:Desert Dream Horse
Item:WG-1463
Manufacturer:Westland Giftware
Artist:Alexander, Ellen
Sponsor:First National Bank of Santa Fe
Southwestern College
Beneficiary:Southwestern College
Herd: (unreleased)
Released:January 2003
Life in the desert is intimately interconnected. Every living creature, every plant, every rock, seems to belong to a bigger picture. Award-winning children's book illustrator Ellen Alexander captures this Oneness with a Pony that brings together antelope, coyotes, rabbits, roadrunners, cactus and cliffdwellings under a starry sky.

The interdependence of all living beings is the theme of this striking Pony, which was created by a retired scientific illustrator, author of several children's books and gifted woodcarver. With amazing fluidity, the different creatures that call the deserts of the Southwest home - lizards, antelopes, coyotes, roadrunner, turtles, hawks - seem to be united in a dance of colors and scenery whose whole seems greater than the sum of the parts.

This pony was never released. It was manufactured and numbered as a test product in a limited run, but never released. It is not commercially available.


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