An Active Imagination: Mark Towner Thirty-Year Retrospective

Artwork assembled for this exhibit, created from the 1990s to the present by the Dean of Visual and Performing Arts, serves as Mark Towner’s first retrospective exhibit. Over these three decades, Towner has explored various themes relating to the human condition, often exploring personal and universal perspectives on psychology, identity, and expression. Embracing a Jungian perspective, the artworks frequently reflect the process of the artist delving into his unconscious. Throughout his career, Towner has explored these themes in a variety of media, including photography, printmaking, collage, and digital painting.