Cari Rosmarin, b. 1954 in Brooklyn, New York, is a painter, printmaker, mixed media and collage artist. She earned a B.F.A. in Art from SUNY Buffalo, and a MFA in from Hunter college in NYC.
Her work presents a unique and idiosyncratic vision. Her current work involves abstract shapes, form and color, sometimes integrated with intensely detailed images of plant forms, fabric patterns from many places, bits of architecture in a dense and un censored quantity of information.
Her paintings and drawings have been featured in solo and group exhibitions in New York, including The One Twenty Eight Gallery, The Drawing Center, Westbeth gallery, White Columns, The Bronx Museum of the Arts. She has participated in exhibitions throughout the United States including the Albright-Knox gallery in Buffalo, the Provincetown Museum in Provincetown, MA, the Nassau County Museum and the Islip Museum in Long Island, NY, the Virginia Miller Gallery in Coral Gables, FL, the Waterworks Visual Art Center in Salisbury, NC, the Woodstock Art Association in Woodstock, NY, etc. In addition, her work is in numerous private and corporate collections, including those of Pfizer Chemical, Reader's Digest Corp., A.T.&T., Prudential Life Insurance Company, and the New York City Health & Hospitals Corp, CBS art collections (featured in "The Good Wife").