22" x 30" I took this shot in the Casco Viejo in Panama City. I swapped out the car in the background for the Cab. I thought it needed something more interesting to balance it out.
14” x 18”. From a shot I took in the Casco Viejo in Panama City last May during my show at the Museo del Canal. I added the figures from other photos of the same area, San Felipe. I’ve tried painting the cathedral before and was never happy with it - I think this time adding the figures gave it a more life.
18” x 24”. Carnival parade on the Atlantic side of Panama near Colon. I took out a lot of the figures and simplified the background to keep the foreground women from getting lost in all the detail. I had a great teacher, who would always advise me to find things I could take out, not put in. The simpler I can keep my painting, the easier it is for a viewer to understand it.
Panama, Circa 1910 9” x 12”
8” x 8”
12” x 24”
30” x 40”
16" x 20" From a shot I took at the Blvd Restaurant at the Albrook mall in Panama City years ago. When I go back to Panama I go and visit him.
24" x 24" I painted this from several different photographs that I pulled together to create this image. This is in the historic section of Panama City Panama.
9" x 12" Oils on gesso board. The Casco Viejo in Panama City.
12" x 16" A late night cut and some gossip in the Casco Viejo in Panama City. Photo taken by my older brother Sam.
24" x 30" Selling baseball caps on a very hot day in Panama City.
11" x 14" Selling coconut water in downtown Panama City.
16” x 20” Central ave, Panama City.
The Casco Viejo, Panama City
Kuna women in Panama. This was next to the old post office in Balboa.
A Raspadero on Central Ave in Panama City.
9 x 12
11" x 14" A pretty common site on the streets of Panama.
Woman in red dress dancing.