The Virginia Rockart Survey was founded in the 1983 by Jack Hranicky to find, record, and publish Virginia's rockart. Also, the Survey has recorded rockart sites in neighboring states.
There are 17 known rockart sites in Virginia, but for this initial website, only a few major sites are shown. To contact us about a rockart site or report a possible new rockart site, use the [Contact Us] button on this page.
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Three glyph panels have been discovered at the Spout Run Paleoindian site in Clarke County, Virginia.
The Difficult Run petroglyph site has been spray painted by vandels.
Paintlick Mountain pictograph site has been declared a Contact site by the Survey.
Modern - Indian Worldview, National Indian Museum, Washington, DC
A publication on Virginia and surronding area rockart is planed for 2013.
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