Agua Clara
Agua Clara

24" x 48" A post Panamax ship about to leave the last chamber of the locks and enter Gate lake, the Panama Canal.

Towing Out
Towing Out

30" x 40". A ship exits Miraflores Locks at the Panama Canal headed into the Pacific. Another of the paintings for my show next year in Panama.

Dawn at Pedro Miguel
Dawn at Pedro Miguel

While I was painting the series of Panama Canal expansion paintings I had a chance to do a partial transit of a ship through the Panama Canal with my good friend and pilot, Mark Goodrich. We started on the Pacific side anchorage at 2:30AM and disembarked midway at Paraiso around mid morning. Another in a series of paintings I'll be doing for a show next year in Panama at the Museo Del Canal.

Rainy season Approach
Rainy season Approach

16” x 20” Miraflores Locks, late in the day. From a photo I took while painting on site.

Northbound Agua Clara
Northbound Agua Clara

8" x 10" SOLD

End of the Day
End of the Day

Cocoli Locks, the Panama Canal.

Dead slow
Dead slow

Rainy Season in the Culebra Cut, Panama Canal

1885 Jamaicans French Canal
1885 Jamaicans French Canal

11" 14" I painted this from a black-and-white photograph of two Jamaicans working on the French effort to build a Panama Canal. 1885.

Northbound at Cocoli
Northbound at Cocoli

30” x 40” Cocoli locks, Panama Canal. Available for sale.

Linemen Pedro Miguel
Linemen Pedro Miguel

12" x 16"

Scale
Scale

8" X 10". SOLD

"Half Ahead"
"Half Ahead"

12" x 24" (Available for Sale). $925 Miraflores Locks, the Panama Canal around 9 pm. I had painted at the Locks in the afternoon and was leaving. I reached the center of the second set of gates and took this shot.

Canal Crossing
Canal Crossing

12 X 24 SOLD

Into Gatun Lake
Into Gatun Lake

24" x 36" a Post-Panama Max ship exits Agua Clara Locks heading into Gatun Lake, the Panama Canal.

Viene la Lluvia
Viene la Lluvia

15" x 30" at Miraflores locks, Panama in rainy season

8PM Miraflores   SOLD
8PM Miraflores SOLD
Waiting for the Locomotives
Waiting for the Locomotives

16 x 20 Miraflores locks, the Panama Canal SOLD

LNG at Cocoli Locks
LNG at Cocoli Locks

SOLD

Hold for the Locomotives
Hold for the Locomotives

16 x 20

Line Handler, Cocoli Locks SOLD
Line Handler, Cocoli Locks SOLD

30" x 40" Donated in Panama to raise money for the medication and supplies to combat the Corona Virus.

Julio Crosses the Canal
Julio Crosses the Canal

24" x 36" Miraflores Locks, Panama Canal

One and Two side, Castoff
One and Two side, Castoff

24" x 36" For an upcoming show in 2012 in Panama City, Panama.

Call for a Tug  SOLD
Call for a Tug SOLD

16 x 20 Painted on commission

The Miraflores Approach
The Miraflores Approach
Center Wall Available
Center Wall Available

18" X 36"

Into the Lake         SOLD
Into the Lake SOLD

8" X 12'' Acrylic on canvas board

Sepia Ship
Sepia Ship

A little sepia study of a ship at Cocoli Locks

First Tug 1914
First Tug 1914

In August 1914 the first trial crossing of the isthmus took place led by this Tug. The news of the opening of the canal was overshadowed by the beginning of World War I.

Cocoli Rain
Cocoli Rain

30" x 40" ship enters Cocoli locks in the rain headed northbound. Bridge to the interior in the background.

Keep your Distance
Keep your Distance

16 x 20 SOLD

The Approach
The Approach

12 x 16 Approaching Miraflores Locks in dry season. SOLD

Line Handler
Line Handler
Three Southbound
Three Southbound

12 x 24 Painted on commission

Southbound at Miraflores
Southbound at Miraflores

36 x 48 A ship leaves Miraflores Locks, entering the channel leading to the Pacific ocean.

Apurate!
Apurate!

16 x 20 Sold

Watch your head
Watch your head

12 x 16 At Pedro Miguel locks SOLD

La Guia
La Guia

9 x 12 A tug in the Culebra cut, Panama Canal.

In the Upper Chamber, Miraflores
In the Upper Chamber, Miraflores

12 x 16

Follow Me
Follow Me

12 x 16 Miraflores Locks.

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