Charlotte Road   |   Group Exhibition   |   01.11.07 – 02.12.07

Exploration III: The Diver
Lynn Wray, 2007
Giclee print on Hahnemuhle paper
38 x 30 cm
Edition of 10
Things from the Thames - Felt Objects
Helen Barff, 2005
Felt and various found objects
Approximately 20 x 15 x 15 cm
Buoy – Photogram
Helen Barff, 2006
Photogram on Illford multigrade IV photographic paper
50 x 60 cm
The Icarus Findings
Helen Elizabeth Cocker, 2006
Photocopied drawings and prints of digital photographs documenting installation on paper
20.4 x 15.2 cm
Series of 16
Marcela Alejandra, 2007
Giclee print on Somerset Velvet paper
33 x 26.5 cm
Edition of 5
Pudu/We did not understand
Marcela Alejandra, 2007
Giclee print on Somerset Velvet paper
24 x 20.5 cm
Edition of 20
Marcela Alejandra, 2007
Giclee print on Somerset Velvet paper
33 x 26.5 cm
Edition of 5
Smokey and the Bandit 2
Derek Curtis, 2007
Gloss paint and enamel on aluminium
125 x 200 cm
Edition of 5
Katherine Lubar, 2004
Acrylic on panel
75 x 62 cm
Meshlife i (thin)
Adaesie Ukairo, 2004
Steel wire
25 x 35 x 60 cm
Copper wire
Adaesie Ukairo, 2004
Copper wire
30 x 30 x 60 cm
Stephen Harwood, 2000
Acrylic and oil on canvas
104 x 118 cm

FERREIRA PROJECTS is delighted to announce its debut exhibition – Progression. For this exhibition, participating artists Marcela Alejandra, Helen Barff, Helen Elizabeth Cocker, Derek Curtis, Stephen Harwood, Katherine Lubar, Adaesi Ukairo and Lynn Wray, have focused on creating an illustrative journey, highlighting the development of their work, through progressive stages.

The exhibition, which features work in a variety of media including; arresting photography, strong paintings, well-crafted sculptures and intricate drawings, is comprised of three stages. The first stage will show the artists’ early works, which act as a barometer against which future works may be gauged.

The second stage, which forms the bulk of the exhibition, encapsulates where the artists find themselves in the present day. By showing the viewer the artists’ recent work the viewer can perceive how their work has developed, as their relationship with life has changed and their artistic and conceptual skills have evolved.

In the final leg of the journey the viewer can identify the artists’ aspirations for the future and how they plan to develop – whether, by changing direction, exploring new ideas, working in a different media or expressing themselves in a different form.