Titanic 100th Anniversary, By Ronald Suchiu (Glow in the Dark)
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The R.M.S. TITANIC set sail on its maiden voyage from Southampton on the struck an iceberg, meeting its demise off the coast of Newfoundland.
The story is a classic, stirring the imagination of each generation. Two great films have been produced: the first in 1959, the second in 1998. Expeditions have been mounted to visit the wreck, to retrieve pieces, and to bring sections to the surface which lie buried deep on the ocean floor. For many, the Edmund Fitzgerald and the R.M.S. Titanic hold an undeniable mystique.
Ronald Suchiu launched his rendition of the "Edmund Fitzgerald" in 1992, and on August 23, 1998, the Titanic. One thousand people attended the unveiling at the Caboto Club in Windsor.
The honor of unveiling the painting, with Suchiu, was bestowed upon MPP Bruce Crozier and Ron's personal friend Joe Gibson. Pelee Island Winery in Kingsville added to the enjoyment of the event by unveiling two collectible wines, handsomely packaged in a wooden case, bearing the two unique Suchiu Art labels: the Edmund Fitzgerald, and the Titanic. The youngest survivor of the Titanic Millvina Dean, signed two hundred and thirty prints. These prints are available for purchase from Ronald Suchiu's website at www. suchiuart.com