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05/14/2014

Pharmacy Alumna to Showcase Vibrant, Abstract Paintings on June 6

Alum ladyBy day, pharmacy alumna Stacy Rosemarin P'83 reviews and manages the medication regimens of patients through her role as a consultant pharmacist for Pharma-Care, Inc. Outside of work hours, however, Rosemarin switches gears and channels her inner Picasso as she creates vibrant, abstract paintings.

“At a young age, my parents noticed that I was more interested in my art classes than academic classes,” said Rosemarin. “Ironically enough, I have been a pharmacist for more than 30 years, but I still remain passionate about creating art.”

Rosemarin’s collection, “On the Wall Abstracts: Living Life in Color” will be showcased at an upcoming solo art show held at Idiosyncrazies Gallery, on Friday, June 6. This art show is open to the public, and will kick off with a reception at 6 p.m. The gallery is located at 638 Arnold Ave., in Point Pleasant, NJ.

Throughout the years, Rosemarin’s artwork has been displayed in galleries across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, South Carolina, and Florida.  In fact, during her teen years, Rosemarin was one of several artists who painted a mural featured in the 1988 film, Running on Empty.

“My travels throughout the world to exotic places have been a big part of my artwork’s inspiration,” said Rosemarin. “I also love using vibrant colors that reflect my happy, fun, and cheerful personality.”

Rosemarin also served as University of the Sciences’ director of alumni relations from 1999 to 2008.

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