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FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR FRAMED "CANADA 150th" PRINTS http://suchiuart.com/blog/canada-150th/ Ronald Suchiu celebrates the homeland he loves so dearly as Canada turns 150 years old as a country. Suchiu is known for hiding things in his artworks and this one raises the bar. It's like a treasure hunt on steroids! He has added 150 clues and objects unique to Canada in this painting and challenges you to find them all. This work was a featured piece on Canada's national news channel and has found placement in homes from coast to coast and even in the USA. Two of Canada's Prime Ministers have even called Ronald Suchiu and his talent national treasure and when you view this piece you will truly understand why. HERE IS A LIST OF ALL 150 CLUES & OBJECTS: 1. Peggy's Cove 2. Blue Nose 3. Nova Scotia 4. CN Tower 5. Parliament Building 6. Southern Ontario Vineyard 7. Elevators on the Prairies 8. CN train engines 9. Oil cars filled with Canadian crude 10. Canadian Wheat 11. West coast Rockies 12. Totem Pole 13. Orca Whales 14. DJ Rock 15. Emily Carr painting 16. Tom Thompson painting 17. Alex Colville painting 18. Norval Morrisseau painting 19. Canadian Redwood table 20. Cpt Arthur Roy Brown's Camel 21. Bob & Doug McKenzie 22. Molson's Canadian beer 23. Great White North 24. Niagara Falls Lamp 25. Union Jack Flag 26. Canadian Maple Leaf Flag 27. The Red Ensign 28. Inuit masks 29. West coast native mask 30. Queen on Burmese 31. Mountie on horseback 32. Coffee Crisp 33. Crispie Crunch 34. Smarties 35. Viking sword 36. Hudson Bay blanket 37. very early hockey stick 38. 60s - 70s hockey stick 39. Ancient lacrosse stick 40. more modern lacrosse stick 41. Terry Fox 42. Laura Secord 43. Laura Secord Easter Egg 44. Native pottery with Owl 45. 2017 46. Lorne Greene 47. Graham Greene 48. Red Green 49. Real Maple leaves 50. "Beauty" 51. "Eh" 52. "Hosers" 53. M.J.Fox 54. John A Macdonald 55. Alexander Mackenzie 56. John Abbott 57. John S D Thompson 58. Mackenzie Bowell 59. Charles Tupper 60. Wilfrid Laurier 61. Robert Borden 62. Arthur Meighen 63. William Lyon Mackenzie King 64. Richard Bedford Bennett 65. Louis Stephen St-Laurent 66. John George Diefenbaker 67. Lester Pearson 68. Pierre Trudeau 69. Joseph Clark 70. John Turner 71. Brian Mulroney 72. Kim Campbell 73. Jean Chretien 74. Paul Martin 75. Stephen Harper 76. Justin Trudeau 77. John Candy 78. Winnie the Pooh 79. Donald Sutherland 80. Kiefer Sutherland 81. Dan Aykroyd 82. Alan Thick 83. Neil Young 84. Shania Twain 85. Randy Bauchman 86. Bare Naked Ladies 87. Guess Who 88. Leonard Cohen 89. David Foster 90. Nickelback 91. Alanis Morissette 92. Celine Dion 93. Drake 94. Pamela Anderson 95. Michael Bublé 96. Tommy Chong 97. K.D Lang 98. Glenn Ford 99. Phil Hartman 100. James Cameron 101. Hugh Le Caine 102. Daniel Lanois 103. Wilfred Bigelow - artificial pacemaker 104. John Callaghan - open heart surgery 105. Norman Jewison 106. Wayne Gretsky 107. Gordon Lightfoot 108. Billy Bishop 109. David Suzuki 110. Ann Murray 111. The Rankins 112. Brian Adams 113. Guy Lombardo 114. John Candy 115. Mary Pickford 116. Justin Bieber 117. Avril Lavigne 118. Mike Myers 119. Martin Short 120. Chris Hatfield 121. Keanu Reeves 122. Roberta Bondar 123. Leslie Neilson 124. Superman 125. De Havilland Beaver 126. James Naismith - Basketball 127. Space shuttle with space arm 128. USS Enterprise 129. Margaret Atwood 130. Stephen Leacock 131. Rush 132. Fredrick Banting Insulin 133. Marconi (old radio) 134. Alexander Graham Bell (telephone) 135. Butter tarts 136. Poutine 137. Maple sugar candies 138. Nanaimo Bars 139. Tim Bits 140. Inuksuk 141. Avro Arrow 142. Moose 143. Inuit Bow & Arrows 144. Inuit Spear 145. Ancient snow shows 146. Stanley Cup 147. Oneida Basket 148. Beaver 149. Farley Mowat 150. Loony 151. Toony
Artists and art publishing companies sometimes add small images to a print. This added pictorial comment is called a remark and is traditionally spelled in French as "remarque". Remarques can add exceptional value to an art-print. Some prints have been known to increase in values hundreds and even thousands of dollars more than the same print without. When purchased with Suchiu Art pieces these images are always in full color and are totally hand painted by Ronald Suchiu and it is common for them to include a personalized note, phrase or even a hidden message. Because of the small size and his attention to detail Ron restricts his remarque production to less than 200 units per year. Most remarques are rarely as complex as Suchiu's and are generally very quickly drawn tiny pencil sketches without color. When purchasing an art print with a remarque buyers should "BEWARE!" that some prints and art pieces have what appears to be a remarque on them. The image may be printed on at the time that the print was made. These offer no added collectible value. Remarque is a small original sketch, drawing or painting done by the artist in the margin of the finished print.
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