This striking figure is the most unusual pictograph in my entire collection of rock art from the Moab, Utah, area. The unusual, seldom-found red, white and blue colors are exceptionally well preserved, a memorable landmark and well worth the 28.5-mile backpacking trip.
Intrepid hikers and photographers can find it in the Salt Creek Needles District, between Cathedral Butte and Cave Spring, in a small cave about twenty feet above ground, but very close to the trail. Guidebook/trail map recommended.
This work replicates the original colors in kettle-dyed wools hand-felted onto a sturdy background to produce an outstanding wall panel.