08/12/12 1:00pm
08/12/2012 1:00 PM
BARBARAELLEN KOCH FILE PHOTO | Dan Welden of Sag Harbor conducting a demonstration of his printmaking process at East End Arts in Riverhead.

BARBARAELLEN KOCH FILE PHOTO | Dan Welden of Sag Harbor conducting a demonstration of his printmaking process at East End Arts in Riverhead.

Those who want to meet the artists behind an exhibit on display at the Rosalie Dimon Gallery at the Jamesport Manor Inn through Oct. 31 can do so today, Sunday.

Between 3 and 5 p.m., master printmaker Dan Welden and classical realist Elizabeth Malunowicz will be on hand at the Rosalie Dimon Gallery for a free meet and greet event, which includes local wine and specialty cheeses.

Dan Welden, an original pioneer of safer alternative printmaking techniques, has been at the forefront of the art since the early 1970s and is a co-author of the book, “Printmaking in the Sun.”

The director of Hamptons Editions, Ltd. in Sag Harbor, Mr. Welden has collaborated with artists such as Willem and Elaine de Kooning, Eric Fischl and Dan Flavin and exhibits his work with BCB Gallery in Hudson, N.Y.

Elizabeth Malunowicz, a classical realist, attended private academies such as the Long Island Academy of Fine Art and Stevenson Academy and believes painting has subconscious power that can represent a rang of ideas, emotions and contemplations.

Her award-winning works have been widely exhibited in juried shows throughout Long Island such as the Islip Museum of Art and the Lyceum Gallery a Suffolk County Community College Riverhead.

She recently received Best in Show for her entry in East End Arts Gallery’s National Juried Show.

For more information, contact Jane Kirkwood, East End Arts Council gallery director at 727-0900, send an email to gallery@eastendarts.org or visit www.eastendarts.org

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