18″ x 12″, oil on board. Exhibited as part of series titled “Dreams, Myths, and Memories”. It was an ancient Jewish tradition that the tribe allow one goat a year to be released in to the wild to assuage the tribal guilt, similar to a general confession. Collection of the artist.
Malcolm Moran & Trent Burleson “Two Landscape Painters” July 19th – Aug 7th, 1987 Opening Reception: Saturday July 2nd, 6-8pm
28.5″ x 20″, Oil based ink on Magnani paper. Exhibited as part of series titled “Dreams, Myths, and Memories”. From a poem entitled “A Bird Landed on His Head”. Private Collection.
9″ x 11″, Mixed Media (gouache and found objects). on board. This collage was a part of a series entitled “The Wall – traces of Time and Place”. Collection of the Artist.