I found out later this is one of the 8 major sites located in SNP west whose location is not made public. Reason: vandalism and theft of the panels. It is disheartening, and quite frankly, infuriating, to find damage to these cultural resources. Evidence of recent graffiti on adjacent rocks, using crayons or chalk, was also present.
Here is a selection of art from this site:
Snake form and mixed design
Easily overlooked, this design is simple but elegant
Snakes in Rock and Shadow
At least three petroglyphs have been pecked into the rock; was it just coincidence that the shadow cast by adjacent foliage produces a snake-like form that almost parallels the rock art? Probably, but regardless, it makes an interesting mix.
Curved and linear abstract shapes are seen on the front face of the rock, while additional work can be seen on the left face as well.