Maria's Folk Art & Decorative Painting

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  • (02) 6681 ####
  • 44 Grant St
    Ballina NSW 2478

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Specialising in Art Materials, Maria's Folk Art & Decorative Painting, with head office in Ballina, NSW, have years of experience to assist you in sourcing any and all your Art Materials needs. Maria's Folk Art & Decorative Painting have current knowledge of all aspects of Art Materials, including core products and services, and also clay and easel plus many more products and service areas. Give Maria's Folk Art & Decorative Painting a call on (02) 6681 #### during business hours, or any time.

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  • adArt

    “Fills an important and glaring gap in the market; before adArt, professional painters had to source materials from the Mainland. Prices may be higher, but you're getting quality; if you're a hobbyist and don't care about the archival quality of your materials there are chain stores where you can buy what you deserve. Equally importantly, the staff are experts in their field - they KNOW about art materials (I think one of the owners is an artist) and can give good practical advice.”

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  • Art Matrix

    “Richard has always been a wealth of knowledge, honest and very helpful. I have shopped at Art Matrix since high school for all my visual arts and graphic design needs now for over 10 years! The shop is well stocked, great value and in a convenient location.”

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  • adArt

    “great buisness but its bad for some things like they dont stock derwent. most of their stuff is sennelier which is the best brand you can get but it is ridiculously expensive.
    They have a great range of pastels.”

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  • Art Shed

    “great service, very easy to use, the maps are an excellent idea”

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