Wild Blue Ornament
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Item 6009161
ESA: 09/15/2021
Introduction: January 2021
Inspired by the Tribute of Lights, this stallion poses triumphantly atop rubble. The faceted blue represents the beams of light and the 43,600 windows that were part of the Twin Towers. The title borrows the name of a restaurant in the North Tower.
  • Hanging Ornament
  • 2.6 in H
  • Wild Blue - Remembering 9/11 Ornament
  • The Trail of Painted Ponies from Enesco celebrates the magic of the horse, the rich culture of America, and the unique talents of independent artists
  • Includes a decorative gift box
  • Artist: Rod Barker
  • 2.6" H
  • Materials Polyresin, Calcium Carbonate
  • Minimum Order Qty 3 EA min
  • Measurements of Product 2.6 in H x 1 in W x 2.75 in L
  • UPC Code 028399284955
  •   The Trail of Painted Ponies celebrates the magic of the horse as an artistic canvas, the rich culture of America, and the unique talents of independent artists. The artists behind this exquisite collection come from all different backgrounds, and the inspirational stories behind each design are as heartfelt as they are beautiful. There have been a number of powerful tributes to the tragedy of 9/11, among them the commemorative public art installation known as the Tribute of Lights: a pair of giant beams of light, installed at Ground Zero, that mimicked the position and shape of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center as they illuminated the night sky over Manhattan. With this image in mind, I conceived of a Painted Pony that utilized the same form that The Trail created for a previous tribute to 9/11 titled “Unconquered,” which posed a white stallion triumphantly atop rubble intended to represent the collapsed Twin Towers, with an American flag behind it. But instead of a white horse, this piece would feature a faceted blue horse. Blue because the lights in the Tribute of Lights were blue. Faceted to represent the 43,600 windows that were part of the Twin Towers, as well as the venues on the top floors of the North Tower which were called Windows on the World. The title - “Wild Blue” - borrows the name of a restaurant in the North Tower that was destroyed. About Us: Enesco is committed to BRING JOY EVERY DAY. The premier global destination for high-quality giftware, and home décor, our prestigious family of brands includes: Department 56 Village, Gregg Gift, Foundations, Jim Shore Heartwood Creek, Disney Traditions by Jim Shore, Disney Showcase Collection, Disney by Britto, Designs by Lolita, Our Name Is Mud, and many more.
  •   1 EA Photo Gift Box
  •   96 EA Case Pack

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