Images provided by Jen Ferguson. All rights reserved. Copyright 2017
Coney Island Morning II
Oil on paper, 30 x 22" 2016
Oil on canvas, 12 x 9" 2016
Sauvage (Canada Wildfire 2016)
Watercolor on paper, 12 x 9" 2016
Buttermilk Channel, Brooklyn
OIl on Paper, 22 x 30" ; 2016
Oil on linen, 24 x 20" 2015
Sailing to Hoboken
Oil on canvas, 12 x 12" 2016
Oil on canvas, 36 x 36" 2014
Oil on linen, 24 x 20" 2015
Fire study, Canada Wildfire 2016
OIl on canvas, 18 x 24" 2016
Tugboats passing by in Winter.
City Nocturne; view from New Jersey
Lion guarding the Corcoran Museum, Washington D.C.
Images by Jen Ferguson. All rights reserved. Copyright 2017
Old Thunderbolt Rollercoaster before Demolition
Benediction in Blue
Oil on canvas, 48" x 30 2016
Lackawana Station, Hoboken NJ
Capitol Building on Mischief Night
Old Aqueduct Grandstand before Demolition/Remodeling to Racino
Oil on Linen, 66 x 134"
Bertani Villa, Italy
Fly With Me
OIl on canvas, 36 x 48"
George Washington Bridge Mist
Oil on canvas, 10 x 10" 2016
Oil on canvas, 60 x 60"
I want to take you somewhere- Coney Island Parachute Jump
Oil on canvas 30 x 36" 2015
Brooklyn By Night
Jen Ferguson has been drawing at race tracks for years. Her work has been commissioned by The Jockey Club, the National Thoroughbred Racing Association, and published on America's Best Racing's website. She has illustrated the work of veteran racetracker and author John Perrotta, with whom she has collaborated with on two books, "Racetracker" and "If Wishes Were Horses,' "Half a Chance" as well as illustrations for "Out of Luck," the online continuation of the HBO series "LUCK" which Perrotta wrote for. Jen and John Perrotta are planning an exhibition of horse racing art and a book signing in Saratoga, August 2016. (Sign the mailing list for updates)
Images by Jen Ferguson. All rights reserved. Copyright 2016.
Book Cover, HALF A CHANCE (2016)
Drawing at Santa Anita
Rider up at Belmont
NY Breds at Fasig-Tipton
2014 Belmont Stakes
Kentucky Derby poster 2014
Kentucky Derby poster 2013
Siros in Saratoga post races
Jerkens to jockey
Yearling Sales in Saratoga
At the bath
Getting between tracks and barns, Saratoga
Lawn jockeys, jockey
The Whitney Cup
Out of Luck, chapter 1
Out of Luck, chapter 2
Out of Luck, chapter 7
Out of Luck, chapter 7 (part II)
Railbirds book cover
Characters and Creatures
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The Wine Tasters
Neighborhood Diner at 3 am.
Stray Dog, Mexico City
Sketch from the track
Clockers at Oaklahoma track, Saratoga
The garden of Culinary Delight
Jen Ferguson's art has adorned the walls of Blue Ribbon Restaurants since their inception. She also created the menu artwork for several of the restaurants, including Blue Ribbon Brasserie, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Blue Ribbon Brooklyn and Blue Ribbon Bakery. Here is a small selection of work. Jen is making art for Blue Ribbon Vegas, which opens in June 2017; images soon.
Images provided by Jen Ferguson. All rights reserved. Copyright 2015.
Herons (Blue Ribbon Izakaya I)
Oil on Canvas
Herons (Blue Ribbon Izakaya II)
OIl on canvas
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Sketches and Strange Ideas
This page is for concepts and ideas and weird experiments.
Birth of Venus adapted
Ok, I know- but it's Vegas! Other idea I had but didn't try (yet) is one based on MIchelangelo's Adam touching the hand of God, but with maybe a lobster touching the "hand" or a crawfish or something.
This would be pretty fun to paint, and in oil paint, very iconic and have a lot of depth that is hard to approximate in watercolor.
** for private dining room
Waves in Blue and Green
I would work more on the composition of the wave, fish etc. but you get the idea. Also could be lighter with less contrast (like the mural at Sushi).
Chalkboard sketch 2
chalkboard sketch 1
final would be in full color I assume. (Not sure of what the writing would be, categories, etc.)
Langoustine or crawfish portrait, for corridor space. I used some gold paint in this watercolor, which looked nice against the red.
Rabbit with Vegetables
This is another idea for the corridor space.
Octopus sampling oysters
I was thinking of a more length-wise version of this for the corridor space. Could be without names of oysters.
This idea could be formatted for the dining room or corridor space too (just making it longer and add more oysters). Do you remember the little oyster painting in the ornate frame at Sullivan a long time ago? I'd do it like that, detailed and rich.
An idea based on Edward Hicks painting of the peaceable kingdom. Maybe too much whimsy?
PIg and Sheep
Ok, I think I'm getting too whimsical, but I'll leave this in the collection to show you I'm thinking of every angle.
Oysters on a blue background
This was a small painting which was at Sullivan street for a while. I could do something like this large scale; also if I did one giant single oyster, this gives more of a sense of how cool it would look in oil.