Posts tagged: Cambridge

CAMaraderie II Exihibition, Cambridge

By , 03/13/2013 1:27 pm

I will be exhibiting two landscape paintings in CAMaraderie II exhibition – 21st March to 2nd April 2013 at Williams Art, Cambridge.

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Combine 1 – sculpture created from combine harvester

By , 09/27/2011 1:55 pm

Combine 1 is created from many blade holders originally used on a combine harvester. Four blades are welded together to create a diamond then the six diamonds are joined and finally mounted on the beech base. I recently exhibited it at my Lost & Foundry 2 exhibition at Williams Art in Cambridge.

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Lost & Foundry 2 – Williams Art

By , 09/13/2011 9:08 am

I am pleased to announce that I will be exhibiting again at Williams Art Gallery in Gwydir Street, Cambridge. All of the work, much of it new, is created from found objects and recycled materials. This includes sculpture and furniture.

“Ashley’s ability to see art, function and humour in discarded materials – and metalwork in particular – singles his work out from everybody else’s.”

This exhibition is for one week only.

Meet Ashley on Saturday 17th between 3 and 5pm.

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The Fens Dawn Till Dusk, Painting Exhibition

By , 10/09/2009 3:10 pm

Six paintings from the Fenland series of landscape paintings are on exhibition at the Cazimir Cafe, King Street, Cambridge.

Fenland painting series exhibited at Cazimir Cafe, Cambridge

Fenland painting series exhibited at Cazimir Cafe, Cambridge

Two more fen paintings on display

Two more fen paintings on display

The exhibition runs for one month starting 8th October 2009

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Artists put themselves in frame

By , 10/05/2009 9:30 am

The Cambridge Arts Movement self-portrait exhibition made it into the Cambridge Evening News. And featured my artwork.

Article in the Cambridge Evening News

Mixed-media self-portrait

Mixed-media self-portrait

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Abstract paintings displayed at Cambridge Gallery

By , 07/02/2009 12:01 pm

Two of my abstract paintings are now hanging at Cambridge based Williams Art Gallery.

I have had some very positive feedback about both paintings, Inside Out and Street Walk, from fellow artists and visitors. It always good to get feedback (good or bad) especially with abstract art as it is fascinating to find out if the viewer sees what you intended or something completely new.   A lot of work time and much thinking went into creating both paintings.

Street Walk - oil on canvas

Street Walk - oil on canvas

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Tree paintings in exhibition

By , 06/18/2009 8:20 am

Decided to show two of my paintings depicting avenue of trees and different times of the year.

June Avenue, oil on canvas

June Avenue, oil on canvas

June Avenue was painted a few months ago but is based on paint sketches made last year. 

Autumn Avenue, oil on canvas

Autumn Avenue, oil on canvas

Autumn Avenue is also based on sketches made at Jesus Green, Cambridge last autumn. Both paintings are very influenced by Impressionism.

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