Most Barrier Canyon Style (BCS) rock art examples are pictographs that have been painted on the rock using a red/orange/pink or white pigment. The Great Gallery in Horseshoe Canyon, the Buckhorn Draw and Head of Sinbad pictographs are classic examples.
I did run into a small example of a BCS petroglyph in Short Canyon.
Petroglyphs were chipped or pecking into the stone using a harder stone
as a chisel. The example below was very faint and only eight or ten
inches small. But is certainly looks BCS to me.
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