In this paper, a new texture descriptor, namely, Statistical Analysis of Structural Information (SASI) is introduced as a representation of texture. SASI is based on statistics of clique autocorrelation functions calculated over a set of directional moving windows. SASI defines a set of windows to extract and measure various structural properties of texture by using a spatial multiresolution method. Although it works in spatial domain, it measures the spectral information of a given texture. Experimental results, performed on digitized Brodatz Album, indicate that SASI is very successful in identifying the "similar" textures.