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Paintings, contemporary sculpture and furniture by Ashley Baldwin-Smith


Sculpture at North Cambridge Academy

25th February, 2021

I am proud to have donated one of my sculptures, Immutatus, to North Cambridge Academy. Immutatus, created from recycled steel tubing, steel rod and p├ętanque balls.

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Isolation Sculpture – What Next?

4th November, 2020

I started planning this sculpture during the first Covid-19 Lockdown and now I have finally got round to posting it up we are about to go into another Lockdown. And even now, […]

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Isolation Sculpture – Sculpting with Cement

4th November, 2020

As I posted earlier, I chose to experiment with using a form of cement clay to model the sculpture. For the base mix, a courser mix, I used leftover builders sand and […]

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The Influence of Lime as Partial Replacement of Cement on Strength Characteristics of Concrete

4th November, 2020

Having chosen to use hydraulic lime in the cement clay sculpture and I finally managed to downloaded and read an article investigating lime as a part replacement for cement. This is the […]

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Plastic Eating Microbe

3rd November, 2020

Plastic Eating Microbe, found objects and materials collected whilst sketching at Lamas Land, Cambridge and Paradise Nature Reserve. This includes, plastic packaging, a car gasket, foil and an old plimsoll. I cut […]

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