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 ERIE ROMANCE SET by Artist Ronald Suchiu

Erie Romance Set

Erie Romance Set

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"erie romance set"

“The main painting of the Erie Romance set allows me to show-off a sample of the incredible sunsets that nature lets us experience. I found that, when placed on my canvas along with a glassy smooth harbour the scene looked a little abstract, sort of surreal or maybe even super realist. I think I’ll just call it Suchiuistic. As I was painting these pieces, several people who had a chance to see them in the making expressed that, the feelings they instantly experienced were mysteriously romantic; hence the title set Erie Romance.”

Some Added History

This dock, although now made of cement, still exists on Lake Erie near the southern most point in Canada. The warehouse located between the two large ships in Friends, belonged to Heinz the famous ketchup people. This was quite a busy port from about 1920 to mid 1940, as Heinz would ship their famous condiments from pickles to ketchup. As for the ferry Pelee Islander, this is the first of three ferry’s that traveled back and forth from Pelee Island to the main land. If you are a birder or a butterfly expert, than you will recognize the name Pelee. This whole area is located mere miles from Point Pelee where birds and butterflies come before their long journey to places like South America.

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remarque

 Erie Romance Set - remarque All of Ronald Suchiu's remarques are original watercolor paintings not mere pencil sketches. Ronald Suchiu takes the print you have ordered and personally paints a remarque onto it. This definitely adds to the collectable value of your artwork.

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Then there are the incredible sunsets. World
famous magazines have written up this area
for its magnificent sunsets. It ranks right
up there with Hawaii. With all this beauty it
is no wonder Ronald Suchiu felt compelled to
paint this historic scene.

This set is keyed and is very impressive when
framed together.

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