"Archaic Pictograph Panels"


The Archaic Culture may have existed 10,000 or more years ago 


Pictured are the panels I most often re-create, if you have a favorite rock art site not shown, please contact me and I will make every effort to honor your request.


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Courthouse Wash * 
CHW2/1

     This is an outstanding rock art panel located above the Colorado River near the town of Moab Utah. Although it is considered a Barrier Canyon site, other cultures may be represented including Fremont and Anasazi.
     Due to the complexity of this panel, an extra charge applys.


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The Great Gallery
BC1/3

     The "Holy Ghost and Attendants" as this panel is sometimes called, is part of the Great Gallery located in Horseshoe Canyon in the Maze district of Canyonlands NP. In this canyon are some of the finest pictographs in the world and defines the Barrier Canyon style of rock art.


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The Great Gallery
GG2/1

     This panel is part of the Great Gallery located in Horseshoe Canyon in the Maze district of Canyonlands NP. These figures which are about 6 feet in height, may be depictions of clan leaders or chiefs wearing ceremonial necklaces, skirts or sashes.

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Barrier Canyon
BC3/1

     This panel is located near The Great Gallery in Horseshoe Canyon in the Maze district of Canyonlands NP. These figures may be depictions of clan leaders or chiefs wearing ceremonial necklaces, skirts or sashes.

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Barrier Canyon
BC6/1

     This panel is also located near The Great Gallery in Horseshoe Canyon in the Maze district of Canyonlands NP. 

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Buckhorn Wash *
BW1/1

     Located in the San Rafael Swell area of central Utah, this site is an outstanding example of Barrier Canyon style pictographs dating to the Archaic Period. This re-creation is a composite of the orignal rock art panel which is over 150 foot length.


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Head of Sinbad 
HS1/1

 

     This re-creation depictes just one of the three figures at the Sinbad site located in the San Rafael Swell area.This Barrier Canyon style panel is possilby the best preserved site in the southwest. These figures which are about 3 feet in height, may be depictions of clan leaders or chiefs wearing ceremonial dress.


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Head of Sinbad  *
HS2/2

 

     Located in the San Rafael Swell area of central Utah, this Barrier Canyon style panel is possilby the best preserved site in the southwest. These figures which are about 3 feet in height, may be depictions of clan leaders or chiefs wearing ceremonial dress. The yellow sandstone found in this area makes a stunning contrast for the red oxide pigment used by the prehistoric artists.


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Thompson Wash #1
TW1/1

 

     Also Known as the Sego Canyon Site, it is located in the Book Cliffs near Green River, Utah. At least four styles (cultures) of rock art are represented at this one site. This re-creation is of the Barrier Canyon style pictographs with its ghostlike figures, Fremont petroglyphs from a later culture are also represented.
     Due to the complexity of this panel, there is an extra charge.


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Thompson Wash #2
TW2/1

 

     This panel is part of the Thompson Wash rock art site located in the Book Cliffs near Green River and is to the left of the above figures TW1.
     Due to the complexity of this panel, there is an extra charge. 


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Thompson Wash #3
TW3/1

     To the right of TW1 & TW2 is the third group of Thompson Wash figures. Although this site has been severely vandalized, it remains one of the most interesting rock art sites in the state.


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Thompson Wash *
TW5/1

 

     This re-creation includes the three above panels, plus several other figures to complete the group of pictoghraphs in this area of the orignal rock art site.
    Due to the complexity of this panel, there is an extra charge and it can not be re-created smaller than 12" x 50".
  


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Wild Horse Creek  *
WHC1/1

     In the San Rafael Swell area of central Utah, Wild Horse Creek flows through a beautiful canyon which contains this interesting Barrier Canyon style rock art site. The red oxide pigments make a stunning contrast on the yellow sandstone wall.


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Panels are available in regular or angled rectangular shapes and irregular or custom shapes of your design, as well as different sand colors.

Please Note: Because each panel is individually handmade, it may vary from the panels pictured and sizes are approximate. 

Also: Due to practicality and size limitations, some panel re-creations are composites of the rock art site they represent and are noted as such or with a (*).


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If you visit rock art sites, please remember some are still considered sacred to many Native Americans. Also, vandalism has been a serious problem at many sites, once destroyed, these sites cannot be replaced.

Please Help Protect All Rock Art Sites From Vandalism.


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