Sands through the Glass, Abstract Expressionist acrylic painting by artist and photographer John Russell

© "Sands through the Glass"

      This is a painting in my Abstract Expressionism Series.

      Abstract Expressionism is an art movement in American painting that included such notable artists as Jackson Pollock and Robert Motherwell. Sands through the Glass is painted with archival quality acrylic paint on archival quality canvas, meaning that this work of art should last, with reasonable care, perhaps hundreds of years or even longer. The painting measures 18"x24" and is sold unframed.

      The purchase price includes shipping, handling, and insurance.

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      I hope that owning this artwork will bring you much pleasure.

Painting size (unframed): 18" x 24" -- Original acrylic painting on canvas

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Please be aware that I do not give refunds or exchanges on your purchase of my art -- all sales are final!


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       1. Thank you, and congratulations! You're now the proud owner of a piece of fine art that you will enjoy for years and years to come.

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John Russell at:  (386) 586-7640

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