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How much does a painted wall cost in Australia?

Benjamin Moore Paint Co. and Waverly Chalk Paint Co., which has a plant in the Gold Coast, have been selling painted walls for about $1,500 each for the past year.

The wall art sold online includes the artwork of two of the company’s founders.

One is an artist from New York who has painted murals of President Donald Trump.

The other is a man who has spent most of his life painting murals, said Mr Moore.

Mr Moore said he wanted to keep the murals on display as long as possible so he could see them when he passed by them.

“I don’t have time to spend in the house painting the wall but I would like to see it,” he said.

He said he bought the walls from Waverlys on the Goldfields estate in 2009.

“It is a very rare opportunity to see one of our products,” he told the ABC.

The wall art is of a man standing in front of a large portrait of a woman.

The painting is painted on a wall of a house with a small dog sitting on the porch.

Mr Tabor said the wall art was a bit of a surprise.

“I thought it was very neat and a bit unique and that it was going to last for a long time,” he joked.

But, he said, “it doesn’t last forever”.

“It could be one of the best walls in the world,” he added.

Waverly and Benjamin Moore Paint are owned by Waverley Chalk Co., a company based in the Queensland town of Goldfields, but Mr Moore said they did not have the capacity to make the walls in Australia.

“They have a large range of different colours and finishes and there are many different options available,” he explained.

‘I really think they’re just as talented’ Mr Moore also said he had received many compliments from people who had visited the walls.

They have also been featured in local news publications.

In a news story about the wall, the Queensland Times said it was the best wall he had ever seen, even though the wall in question was a lot smaller than what he had seen.

Another wall on the site has been praised by local people for its “beautiful” designs, Mr Moore explained.

“Some people have said it looks like the painting of an old friend,” he noted.

“My friend was a painter for many years, and this is a good example of how people can be so proud of a work of art.”

Mr Chalk has also received a lot of media attention, Mr Tabor told the news agency.

A recent article in the Brisbane Times described it as a “brilliant example of art”.

It was also featured in a feature in the New York Times Magazine.

While he has been able to use the wall paintings, Mr Chalk said he is “very happy” to have them as his own.

“[The] painting is not something I want to have put up,” he acknowledged.

Topics:business-economics-and-finance,business-news,environment,environment-management,gardens,environmental-management-and%E2%80%93pest-control,goldfields-2440,lifestyle-and/or-leisure,brisbane-4000,qld,melbourne-3000,vic source ABC News (AU) title Art by a Queensland artist gets national attention article Ben Benjamin Moore Painting Co. in Queensland, the company that has been making art for over 40 years, is now in the news for painting a wall at a Queensland Goldfields Estate that was previously not known to exist.

The artwork on the wall was created by local artist Ben Chalk.

Mr Chale is a Queensland resident, who has been painting murasms at his home for years.

His wall paintings are not for sale online, but they are available to view for free at the company.

Mr Moore, who was also involved in the mural painting project, said he was excited about seeing the wall for the first time.

“When I first saw the wall it was quite surreal,” he laughed.

I had a lot more of an idea of where I wanted it to go, he added, adding that it had been quite a challenge to get the wall painted.

“To get it in front-of-home was quite an achievement.”

There’s not a lot you can do with a wall painting and the fact it’s being displayed on a Goldfields property was very exciting.

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