Between 2007 and 2016 I completed forty five oil paintings documenting the construction of the Panama Canal Expansion. After painting small studies on location I completed the final paintings in my Los Angeles studio. It was an honor to be a part of this historic effort.

Cocoli Locks
Cocoli Locks

On the Pacific Side. My first painting of the completed locks.

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The Welder
The Welder
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Into the Lake
Into the Lake
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Llantero
Llantero

24" x 36" Checking the tires for standing water where mosquitos breed.

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Night Work
Night Work
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Gatun Workers
Gatun Workers
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The Mindi
The Mindi
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24-7
24-7
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The Dredge
The Dredge
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Rainy season
Rainy season
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Pour Cement
Pour Cement
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Night Work
Night Work
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Gatun Entrance
Gatun Entrance
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Caterpillar 773
Caterpillar 773
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Cocoli Dusk
Cocoli Dusk
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Two Trucks pass in Dust
Two Trucks pass in Dust
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Study of two men
Study of two men
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Aguantalo!
Aguantalo!
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Trabajadora
Trabajadora

16 x 20 A worker at the Cocoli locks a few months before opening.

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Canal Entrance
Canal Entrance
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Canal Worker
Canal Worker
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Pacific Locks Day
Pacific Locks Day
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The Surveyor
The Surveyor
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