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Daniel Laurence Home & Garden

226 Kings Road Arches
Brighton Seafront
Brighton
Sussex
BN1 1NB
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Working from his seafront studio Daniel Laurence produces paintings, sculpture and other works aptly inspired by the sea and sky. With a distinctive blend of mediums he has developed a fresh, imaginative style, that creates a calming sense of peace and relaxation and as a keen scuba diver marine life is a favoured theme in depicting God's beautiful creation. His original artworks and tranquil limited edition prints are blended with an eclectic array of hand sourced home and garden accessories, furniture and lighting, creating a truly unique collection.

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