Loki was sculpted by Lesli Kathman and introduced in earthenware ceramic in 2000. He represents an Icelandic Horse stallion. He is a large 1:12 scale, or in plastic model horse terminology, Classic scale. Loki was a one-mold edition; that is, pieces were made until the mold wore out and a new mold was not made. Usually, that means about twenty to maybe thirty pieces. While Lesli owns the copyright and some pieces are attributed to Joanie and others to Lesli, the run was produced in a very collaborative fashion, with both women working together in Joanie's pottery. Often Lesli would draw the pattern and Joanie would do the body spraying, for example. Click on the pictures below for larger views.
Photos by Joanie Berkwitz with the following exceptions: pinto in the second row, E. Heritage-Mench; palomino in the second row, B. Kusnetz; bay and blue roan pinto, Carole Clinky, dappled palomino/flaxen chestnut, M. Miller. Thank you ladies!