Late Summer on the Porch by Laura Jaen Smith. Painting of the porch at Quarry Farm in late summer looking out at the rolling hills of Elmira, ny.
Snowy Afternoon Drive by Laura Jaen Smith. Acrylic painting of snowy roadside with grapevines on the left and Seneca Lake ahead in the distance.
Along the Riverwalk by Laura Jaen Smith. Acrylic landscape painting of Owego Riverwalk trail with historic buildings on right.
 

Hi and welcome!  I’m Laura and I’m an artist living in the Finger Lakes area of upstate New York.  I find inspiration in the beauty I find around me and I transform this inspiration into pieces of art.  Art is my way of processing the world and learning about what surrounds me.   

Enjoy viewing some favorite pieces of art, find out about where to see them in person, add to (or start) your personal art collection, or follow along with my journey via my blog!

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Photo of card print of Relaxing Afternoon on the Porch by Laura Jaen Smith with envelope

50 New York Waterfalls Project

Ithaca Falls by Laura Jaen Smith. Acrylic landscape painting of waterfall from Fall Creek Gorge near Cornell from 50 NY Waterfalls series.

Some of my most popular paintings are from my 50 New York Waterfalls project where I hiked to each location and then later painted the beauty of each waterfall.  Explore each painting and click on each to learn more from the associated blog post. 

Escape to Paradise by Laura Jaen Smith. Giant palette-shaped painting of waterfall in Cascadilla Gorge Ithaca New York

Acrylic on wood panel, 2020 Palettes of Keuka Art Tour

100 Day Project 2021

Orchid with Teal by Laura Jaen Smith. Acrylic painting of white orchid with teal blue background

This year’s 100 Day Project started on January 31st!  This year I’ve challenged myself to create a small painting every day for 100 days.  I’ve divided the project into different themes which I will be showcasing weekly on Monday’s interactive art show blogs.  Follow along on social media to see my progress in real time.

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