LIAFA is Long Island’s premier art school, with art classes for children (kids ages 8 – 13), teens (high-school portfolio preparation), and adults of all levels and abilities. We offer training in the methods and techniques of classical representational art. Our primary goals are to train the student’s eye to see accurately and with sensitivity, and to foster an environment in which students can grow in their understanding of art as well as in skill and confidence. Classes run year-round, seven days a week. Please visit us to see our studios, or call to arrange a trial class.
“IN THE FLESH,” a Portrait Painting Workshop with Manu Saluja
June 28-29, 9am-3pm, $185
Learn how to bring your portraits to life with beautiful, rich flesh tones.
CURRENTLY AT HERSH FINE ART:
Landscapes by the faculty of LIAFA on view through June 11th
Works by Lauren Rosenblum (below, right), Dave Peikon (below, left), Steve Forster, and Robert Armetta are on view.
Young Artist Summer Program
Ages 8-13 View Brochure and Registration Form
Each day of the Summer Program is divided into two sessions.
Morning Session – Drawing and Painting: Students work on independent projects that expose them to a variety of 2D media, including graphite, oil pastels, charcoal and paint. Projects will include portraiture, still-life, and master copies.
Afternoon Session: Each week presents a different theme that introduces students to art material that encourages fun and exploration. They will be exposed to resist techniques, classical sculpture, ceramic hand-building, fiber arts and alternative paint media.