Manu Saluja teaches at the Long Island Academy of Fine Art and is adjunct faculty of Continuing Studies at the New York Academy of Art. She also offers Winter and Spring workshops in NYC, and private instruction. Please see class offerings and details below. For more information call 212-461-4989 or email




"What's the Big Idea?: Using Color, Value and Line in Composition"

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May 20th & May 21st  (Saturday & Sunday)  10am-5pm

$285Register on-line (click here for link) or call (212) 966-0300 ext 3

Learn how to create paintings with intention. Explore how elements of composition can be arranged to lead a “viewer’s eye” through a painting, and convey a variety of rhythms, messages and moods.  For this workshop, you are asked to bring photo reference of 2-3 original ideas or an admired work of art (color printed or on your laptop). You will create sketches and studies as a way to analyze and plan the scale, shapes, values and colors of your painting.  Through demonstrations, informative lectures and useful exercises, come away with an understanding of what makes a compelling painting work compositionally and a solid sense of how to proceed with your own 

"In the Flesh: Mastering Color in the Portrait" at the New York Academy of Art (NYAA)

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January 7, 8, 9th  Saturday, Sunday and Monday 11am-6pm

$435  Register on-line (click here for link) or call (212) 966-0300 ext 3



Long Island Academy of Fine Art (LIAFA) 

14 Glen Street, Glen Cove NY 11542

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Session: $475 Half Day, Full Day Option! (11 classes)

Classes are held TUESDAYS

To register please call LIAFA at 516-590-4324 or visit