Paul Wells - Cog Stool - Hand cut from reclaimed softwood sleepers.  Finished in enamel and polished with carnauba wax. Made in Australia Paul Wells - Cog Stool - Hand cut from reclaimed softwood sleepers.  Finished in enamel and polished with carnauba wax. Made in Australia Paul Wells - Cog Stool - Hand cut from reclaimed softwood sleepers.  Finished in enamel and polished with carnauba wax. Made in Australia
Paul Wells - Cog Stool - Hand cut from reclaimed softwood sleepers.  Finished in enamel and polished with carnauba wax. Made in Australia Paul Wells - Cog Stool - Hand cut from reclaimed softwood sleepers.  Finished in enamel and polished with carnauba wax. Made in Australia Paul Wells - Cog Stool - Hand cut from reclaimed softwood sleepers.  Finished in enamel and polished with carnauba wax. Made in Australia

Paul Wells - Cog Stool - Hand cut from reclaimed softwood sleepers. Finished in enamel and polished with carnauba wax. Made in Australia

$ 600.00 Incl. tax

Hand cut from reclaimed softwood sleepers. Finished in enamel and polished with carnauba wax. Made in Australia. MADE TO ORDER ONLY. To further enquire please call 02 8356 9999 or email us.

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ABOUT

‘My visual art practice is an ongoing investigation into the image as a vehicle for self-reflection; blurring the divisions between real and imagined, interior and exterior, real and abstract. I completed a Master of Fine Art at the National Art School in 2010, and have exhibited widely in solo exhibitions and significant group exhibitions nationally and internationally since 2003.

My work is represented in major public collections including those of Sir Elton John and UNSW Dept Architecture as well as many private collections. In 2012 I was an Australia Council for the Arts 'Artstart' grant recipient. My design practice has developed as a natural extension of my sculpture and visual art into custom bespoke furniture and unique commercial spaces. Some of my projects include the Muse Clinic in Darlinghurst 2015, the Gary Bigeni pop-up store in the MLC centre 2013 and at Mills Gallery in 2014’.

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