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Laura Boswell


Laura Boswell’s creation for the newly refurbished walls of Aylesbury Bus Station is Europe’s largest piece of original enamelled panel artwork. 

Laura Boswell’s work was commissioned by Buckinghamshire County Council. In an unusual twist to the project Laura hand applied her proposed design directly onto the cladding. Studio space was allocated at A.J Wells and the project was incorporated into the factory work-flow so that Laura had full access to facilities and assistance as and when required. The dimensions of the design and each colour was referenced and recorded should any of the panels need replacing in the future.

Each panel measured 2.4 meters high by 1.2 meters wide with a total of 800 panels of which 400 were handpainted.Another element of the project produced in-house at A.J Wells were the cut steel screens that re-enforce ventilation panels appearing within sections of the artwork.

More recently Laura has returned to A.J Wells to produce a welcome sign for Leysdown-on Sea