Ashwinstudio art blog - Recycled Art

Paintings, contemporary sculpture and furniture by Ashley Baldwin-Smith


The Space I Inhabit: Elizabeth Way Walk

31st March, 2020

I created this artwork from nitrous oxide canisters collected from one walk (pre Covid) along the length of Elizabeth Way, Cambridge.

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The Space I Inhabit – Artist Journal

30th January, 2020

“If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything” attributed to Alexander Hamilton, cited by Mika Hunnula Read my Journal Walking around Cambridge, visiting outdoor events and festivals I am […]

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Fenland Roots, metal sculpture commission

3rd April, 2018

Someone recently posted on of my commissioned sculptures on social media – Fenland Roots is displayed at the Wetherspoon, The Hippodrome, March along with a nice plaque.

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Serpentine – Sculpture created from found objects

7th March, 2015

Serpentine is a sculpture created from recycled roll-cage tubing, scrap metal off-cuts and found objects. I fabricated the sculpture by reshaping the tubing and welding to my desired shape. I have left […]

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New sculpture titled Immutatus – upcycled roll cage and boules

5th March, 2015

Immutatus is a sculpture created from recycled steel tubing, steel rod and p├ętanque balls. I have allowed part of the surface to rust, whilst other areas have been spayed with a variety of colours. I built up the layers of paint and then in areas I used a grinder cut back – sometimes right back to metal.

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