The original petroglyph site in South Eastern Washington has been covered by water in a hydro-electric project. The petroglyphs were removed and stored. 300 petroglyphs were chipped/scratched onto the surface of these basalt columns.Copies were made and are on display at the Museum of Petrified Trees. I've enhanced the photos to make the design more clear. They are 'prehistory' and typically depict: religion and community life.A family? mom & dad and childHunting scene on top. Bottom? Hmm ... two heads, one body. Conjoined twins? Symbol of ??? The designs show movement and inter-relationships.A universal symbol that gives life - the sun
My home is on the Pacific Coast of British Columbia, Canada.
I love to travel, see new horizons and meet new people. Art has always been a part of my life.
NOTE: photographs are copyright of the artist and may not be copied without permission from the artist.
I am organizing a show for the FAN group opening Oct.10, 2013 -http://abstracted-laconner.blogspot.ca