Solar-Afro-headed priestesses are often depicted in Nile riverboats in predynastic Kemetic art (Egypt before the pharaohs). These images occur on numerous ochre-painted ceramic pots, and they also appear in rock art, and in a tomb mural and the golden handle of a flint dagger. This pot shows a pair of women in the boat, and to their left one of the invoking priestess figures.
Life Around Rock Art: Community Art Projects in Tanzania by Frances Morris — Kickstarter : Held in late 2014 and early 2015, community art projects may include drawings, paintings, clay, prints, or collages depending on the choice of artists. Artists may also create community art installations such as murals and found object sculptures.
La Trinidad (Baja) - The Sierra de Guadalupe cave paintings are a series of prehistoric rock art pictographs near Rancho La Trinidad, Mulegé in Baja California, Mexico. They form part of Central Baja's 'great mural tradition' and are protected by Mexican law. The largest of several rock walls features the 'Trinidad deer', one of the best deer paintings in Baja. The area also includes images of shamanistic figures; fish and other marine creatures; hand prints; and female genitals.