Farm Share Studio is a project developed by Laura Shore to connect her love of art with her love of food and the agricultural landscape. 
When Laura began to paint again after 30 years in 
marketing and communications, she chose as her 
subjects the fresh fruits and vegetables that arrived every week from her local farm share CSA. She quickly recognized the link between this abundance and the survival of small family farms that dot the landscape near her home in Altamont, New York. She created 
Farm Share Studio as a way to explore these themes through painting, photography, writing and advocacy.
Laura’s small, jewel-like paintings were inspired by northern Renaissance portraits. They feature  carefully observed produce on richly hued backgrounds. The 
vegetables are painted with all their quirky imperfections in an impressionistic style using contemporary color palettes. Each painting is labeled with the farm 
or farm stand of origin. 

Farm Share Studio is a project developed by Laura Shore to connect her love of art

with her love of food and the agricultural landscape. 

Laura’s small, jewel-like paintings were inspired by northern Renaissance portraits.

They feature carefully observed produce on richly hued backgrounds. The vegetables are painted with all their

quirky imperfections in an impressionistic style using contemporary color palettes.

View: Old Barns and Wild ChicoryView: First SnowView: Heirloom CarrotsView: Early Red Onions
View: Sour CherriesView: Late Season StrawberriesView: Organic BlueberriesView: Yellow Plums
View: Late Season PeasView: Jonagold ApplesView: CabbageView: Sweet Green Peppers
View: Heirloom Cherry TomatoesView: Orange Cherry TomatoesView: Sweet Red Pepper 1View: Sweet Red Pepper 2
View: Asparagus