Great Big Smalls
Cube Gallery, Ottawa
November 28 to December 31, 2017
Every December, Cube Gallery in Ottawa holds a pre-Christmas exhibition of artworks by a number of artists. These are affordable works for art lovers, and they are framed and
limited to 12 inches by 12 inches.
Exhibited will be four images from the Secret Life of Plants series. These are collages that have been reproduced in top quality archival pigment inks and paper. The collages are produced from Evelyn Rapin’s personal collection of art, etchings, linoprints, designs and photocopies lying around the studio. Inspired by Stevie Wonder’s incredible album Journey through the Secret Life of Plants from the late seventies.
Secret Life of Plants I, II, IV and V.
Limited edition of six per image. Archival ink on Hahnemühle paper.
Framed in plain black metal frame for the show: $300. Unframed: $250.
12 x 12 in
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1285 Wellington Street West
Ottawa, ON, K1Y 3A8
Tuesday to Friday: 10:30am – 6pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11am – 5pm
New Members Exhibition | Ontario Society of Artists
John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto
December 12, 2017 to January 5, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday December 14, 6 – 8 pm
Evelyn Rapin’s work is part of a group exhibition in Toronto starting in December. It belongs to a series that reflects the creative process used by certain composers.
As with most works of art, the process starts with an idea, which is further developed and expanded to produce a complete, cohesive whole. The lower work represents the initial idea — the starting off point — and the upper work represents the completed composition.
Featured piece: Composition Series: Musical Line I
Musical Line I: Aaron Copland writes that some composers start with a musical idea for a composition. He claims the composer “likes to see the way [this idea] rises and falls, as if it were a drawn line instead of a musical one…[the composer] may even try to retouch/ improve it, just as you might in drawing a line.”
Mixed Media. Acrylic/gypsum/chalk pastels/gesso on Masa Dosa handmade deckled Japanese paper. Two are mounted in one frame. Each image/paper is 23 x 18 in. Completed work: 26 x 40 in framed. Price: $2000
John B. Aird Gallery
900 Bay Street
Toronto, ON, M7A 1C2
Monday to Friday: 10am – 6pm