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Monroeville Library to showcase California University of Pennsylvania student's artwork

Dillon Carr
| Monday, Jan. 29, 2018, 5:18 p.m.
Above, 'Self Portrait with Rosemary,' by Rosemary Aquilina.
Artwork by Rosemary Aquilina
Above, 'Self Portrait with Rosemary,' by Rosemary Aquilina.
Above, 'Self Portrait with Rosemary,' by Rosemary Aquilina.
Artwork by Rosemary Aquilina
Above, 'Self Portrait with Rosemary,' by Rosemary Aquilina.

A California University of Pennsylvania student's art will be on display at the Monroeville Public Library in February.

Rosemary Aquilina, an award winning art student at Cal-U, said the exhibit pays homage to her love of libraries and books. She has worked at the Bridgeville Public Library for six years.

Aquilina has shown work at Waynesburg University, the Carnegie Library lecture hall and the Community College of Allegheny County.

“Art begins at the library” will be showcased at the Gallery Space in the Monroeville Public Library Feb. 3—24. The exhibit is open to the public and some of the pieces will be for sale; any proceeds will support library programs.

For additional information call 412-372-0500.

Dillon Carr is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 412-871-2325, or via Twitter @dillonswriting.

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