The shelter wall viewed here is of the interior of the Zueberbueler shelter. Many small and faded bits of art are located near the floor, but their quality no longer offers a degree of understanding their intent.
But you may ask, "Why not call this Panther Cave?", after all we find four of the cats here.
You may note the large portion of the wall that has flaked off. Several loose shards from the wall were recovered, but while they had paint on their surface, they also had clear smears of paint on their other surfaces. A clear sign they chipped off the wall, back in early man times.
The museum was fortunate to have recovered two large slabs of rock that had been used as paint palattes. Along with several shell cups used to hold paint as it was applied.
A click above will take you to the cave art of West Texas, art as saved by Forrest Kirkland.