"Fremont Rock Art Panels"


The Fremont Culture flourished from about 1 to 1400 AD


  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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Newspaper Rock 
NPR1/2

 

     This famous rock art panel, located near Canyonlands NP south of Moab Utah, has several cultures represented, Archaic, Fremont, Anasazi and modern Ute. This small but beautiful canyon offers shelter, timber and water, game must have also been abundant for these people to spend so much time here. 
     Due to the complexity of this panel, there is an extra charge and it can not be re-created smaller than 24" x 56". 


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Newspaper Rock 
NPR1/3


     This famous rock art panel, located near Canyonlands NP south of Moab Utah, has several cultures represented, Archaic, Fremont, Anasazi and modern Ute. This small but beautiful canyon offers shelter, timber and water, game must have also been abundant for these people to spend so much time here. 
     Due to the complexity of this panel, there is an extra charge and it can not be re-created smaller than 24" x 56". 

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Davis Gulch Man
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     This pictograph is unique compaired to most rock art figures, because it is outlined in white pigment within a circle with the figure unpainted. Unfortunatly this panel was covered by the rising waters of Lake Powell.


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Hunting Scene
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     Located in a side drainage of Nine Mile Canyon south of Price Utah, is this outstanding Fremont petroglyph panel. The Fremont culture, named after the Fremont River, inhabited this area from around AD 650 to 950 and left dozens of interesting and unusual rock art panels in this canyon complex. 


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Ivie Creek
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     This Fremont rock art panel, located in the San Rafael Swell area of Utah, produces an excellent contrast with the red pigments painted on the yellow sandstone wall. The figures are about four feet in height, one with what may be feathers atop its head and the other figure with a necklace, both appear to be dressed in a sash or apron.   


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Nine Mile Canyon
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     This panel is located in a side drainage of Nine Mile Canyon near Price Utah. This is one of the few pictographs left by the Fremont people in this canyon complex, most are petroglyphs. 


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Rochester Creek
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     Located near Huntington Utah, this re-creation is but a small portion of a much larger panel which contains many unusual animals which are not depicted at any other rock art sites.  



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Short Canyon *
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     This Fremont pictograph panel is located in the San Rafael Swell area of Utah in a shelter above the creek bed.


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Fremont Sheep
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     This petroglyph rock art panel is located in Fremont Indian State Park in central Utah. Sheep must have been very important to the Fremont people, as they are a common theme in Fremont culture rock art.


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Fremont Man
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     Located in Fremont Indian State Park near the town of Richfield in central Utah is this large anthropomorph figure. The trapezoidal shape of a human figure is quite common in Fremont rock art.



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Zigzag Men
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     Another of the many pictograph rock art panels located in the Fremont Indian State Park south of Richfield in central Utah. This type of human figure and geometric figures consisting of zigzag lines are a common style found in the park.


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Dancing Family
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     Another pictograph panel painted in the classic Fremont style, a style which can be found throughout the Fremont Indian State Park.


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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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