Clyde Fowlerâ€™s art explores the associative nature of visual relationships and the dynamic potential of juxtaposition involving a language that is purely abstract. He attempts to orchestrate sensations and intuitive visual notations with consideration to movement, rhythm, space and form. Although his imagery references life experience and a range of artistic influences (including the performing arts), he begins with no preconceived message or set direction. Instead, he allows each painting to develop according to the essence of each added stroke, shape, and color, while constantly revising aesthetic decisions during that process. Clyde sees his paintings as structured poetic contemplations resulting from a controlled improvisational period of reflection and reaction.