Abstract Paintings by Jane Cornwoman Fowler

. I use my 20+ years as a cellist and harmonica player to imbue my love of music into my pieces with lyrical unity and extrapolations of humanity. Spontaneity is a key factor that accompanies my vision for the viewer to experience. My hope of nurturing emotion until it rises to the heights of joy in living cause light to radiate from my canvases. Touches of intuitive strokes and contrasts in color lyrically combine in my abstract narratives to poetically inspire the human spirit.

I play with space and color as my friend. The fixed mixes with the fluid and replicate the forces of nature at work. In my paintings, time is suspended, but we are just on the brink of inter dimensionality. Everything pulsates with life, on the verge of movement and change.

My geometric art is based on the use of geometric forms sometimes, though not always in non-illusionistic space and combined into non-objective (non-representational) compositions. My love of Piet Mondrian’s constructions of horizontal and vertical lines which call attention to the root plasticity and two dimensionality of painting as an artistic medium drives me to explore non-objective painting.

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