EVELYN RAPIN is ink&coda 4.2’s featured artist.
Evelyn is a professional artist whose work is frequently inspired by musical themes. Imagery provokes the eye and music seduces the ear, but the intensity released by the synergy of both art forms can strike deep into the heart and mind, eliciting a passionate, emotional response. Her paintings are about imagination, intuition, and connection motivated by the evocative nature of music. The painting “Turnage Effect III” is an homage to the edgy, classical compositions of Mark-Anthony Turnage, in particular his concerto for soprano saxophone and chamber orchestra, “Hidden Love Song.”
Evelyn has a B.F.A. Hons. from Queen’s University, Ontario, and her artwork has been published in numerous periodicals/magazines such as JazzTimes, Musicworks, and The Sonder Review, and has been used by the MIT Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra to name a few. She has participated in many exhibitions, and her work is in collections in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.