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 GRAMPA'S WORK by Artist Ronald Suchiu

grampa's work

grampa's work

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"grampa′s work"

It is with great pride that I tell you of my interest in the last painting in the Southland Series by Ronald Suchiu. It is not often that a person is able to truly honor the people who so deeply touch their lives. Ronald has given my family this opportunity, and for that I thank him. This painting which is titled "Grampa′s Work", has been painted to honor all grandparents, for without them, where would we be? It is due to their hard work and strong morals that we are where we are today. When you look at this piece, I hope it brings back many pleasant memories of your own grandparents. The reason behind this work is to honor the memory of my father-in-law, Ernest Edmond Poisson, and all he stood for. Although I did not know him very long, he was to me a kind, wonderful man of great principle. The only bad thing about his life was that it ended far too soon. Father to five and now many grandchildren, he cared more for his family than he did life itself. His death came a mere two months after the birth of his first granddaughter and grandson. He had only a wink of an opportunity to play with his grandson but, I feel confident that he would have spoiled each and every one with his great love. Dad worked in the automotive industry for more than twenty years. He believed in working hard for what you wanted and even taught himself how to repair TV's by reading books from the local library. In this painting I hope you see not only Dad with his first grandchildren, sneaking a peak in the window

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of that mysterious place he called
"work", but also your own memories
of a time forgotten.

In the background of the painting is my
grandmother Sara Hugert Tapson McEnteer. She
was to me much like Dad and worked very hard
as a seamstress while raising two children
alone. I can remember her telling me how at
eighteen, she had worked to save enough money
to buy the hat she wears so proudly in this
painting.

The historic representation of this painting
is that of the earliest automobile factory in
Canada, Ford′s Wagon Works Building
which was located in Windsor at Drouillard
Road and Riverside Drive in the very early
1900′s.

Principle, honor, morals, and the
determination and values of all our
grandfathers, regardless of which "Big
Three" they strived for, is the concrete
force behind today's technology.

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