News / Events


Ronstock - Annual Event

  • Live music
  • Free hot dogs, pop & chips
  • Free limited edition print
  • Special framing prices
  • Official unveiling of Suchiu′s newest paintings

Christmas Open House - Annual Event

  • Special framing prices


Newsletter - May, 2012

Inside this issue:

  • Ronstock 2012
  • The Bluenose II
  • John Belushi - The Twelve Decibels
  • Titanic Stamps

NEWS 2018

Annual Ho Ho Hopen House

October 17, 2011 at 04:50 PM

Ron & Colleen Suchiu
of Suchiu Art & Framing
Cordially Invite You to Our

Ho Ho Hopen House

WHEN: Saturday, November 19th & Sunday, November 20th 10:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m.

WHERE: 143 Keown Ave, Essex, Ontario 519-776-5767 We welcome you to
come out for some holiday treats, hot drinks and share in some
laughter. We would love to see you, your family and friends.

We have some new and exciting art items that will make your holiday
gifts unique.  You won′t find them in any other store!

Titanic Stamps

Don′t miss the boat; secure your piece of history today! Using the painting of Ron Suchiu′s Titanic we were able to produce through Canada Post a special commemorative art stamp for the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. This special limited edition mint sheet comes beautifully framed (all archival) at the low price of $275.00. As you may know, the limited edition prints sold out before the painting was completed and are now worth 5 times their original purchase price. Stamps are always a collectible and this would make a great gift that will last into the next 100 years. Call/email to place your order.

Princess Diana

Remember last year when Ron painted Candle in the Wind and released the sketch of only 25 Marilyn Monroe? As promised Ron is releasing a Private Edition sketch of Princess Diana, she is the reflection in the painting. There are only going to be 25 of these available. Yes, you read that right ONLY 25! They come fully framed with 2 vignette (oval) cut mats in a traditional mahogany frame, and with a low cost of $275.00 up until December 24th. After that if there are any left the regular price will be $375.00. Don’t miss out give me a call to order yours today.


We have had many customers bring us there framing after comparing our regular everyday prices to Michael′s 50% off... we are always lower! That must mean we are on sale every day of the year! We are so proud of our 20+ years of knowledgeable workmanship and quality that we guaranteed it for life. How is it that our regular price, at our higher quality, is usually lower than the big craft stores 50% off sale? Because we do not have to ship your art and treasures to Toronto where they may get lost or mishandled. We frame right here on our premises to make sure you are always satisfied with your finished piece. We have people from United States to Toronto who continue to frame with us and send their friends and family knowing that we can be trusted to do the job beautifully. In fact to us it is not a job, it is truly a labour of love. Yes, we frame other artist′s works. We love art of any kind! Your Paul Murray, grandmother′s still life, little Johnny′s first painting, hockey jerseys, needle points, grandfather′s war medals, or whatever you want to protect and pass down through your generations. This is our specialty. What art pieces do you still have sitting in the back of your closet? Bring them in and we will show you some brand new frame moldings at unbeatable prices!

Eat, Drink and Join in Some Laughter

Hope to see you for our "e;HO HO HOpen House"e; in November. Colleen bakes for the entire week before, so we will have hot drinks and lots of baked goods for all to indulge in. Ron & Colleen Suchiu

NYC volunteers for World Charity Art Foundation

September 19, 2011 at 11:05 AM

We need NYC volunteers for World Charity Art Foundation a charity
that I founded. We help raise funds for 1000 grass roots charities

Ronald Suchiu			

world charity art foundation

September 12, 2011 at 03:19 PM

Looks like the comedy film I will be Art Directing will shoot in
Toronto this year, hopefully this fall not winter...I can't stand

Ronald Suchiu