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.
From the times Picayune Arts Section: “A work typical of the really outstanding art created in (Louisiana) is Malcolm Moran’s gouache painting Fall Palm with its simple, memorable composition and equally hard to forget dreamy mood.”