In the first week of my residency at Can Serrat International Artists Residency, I went alone for a mountain hike up Montserrat.
On my descent, I heard something in the trees. I went to investigate, and came face to face with a mountain goat. She was maybe 10 ft away from me, and we locked eyes. She bolted away and disappeared. I turned around, and could not find the trail. So, I went down. I came across a climbers trail, and went down a rope. And then, there was nothing except the goat's cave. I panicked, yelled for help, and only heard the goat. It took me a couple hours, but I was able to climb back up and find the correct trail again.
This painting came to me in a flash. I sketched it in, then stood back. It was the goat, abstracted against the cave and the mountain.
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