While St. EOM's place is defiantly off the beaten path, it most certainly is on your way to appreciating the power of vision and self-expression. Eddie Owens Martin's works hang in the Library of Congress, the Museum of Modern Art, and in the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, but for a few miles of Georgia rural traveling it is possible to see nearly all of St. EOM's life work. Pasaquan, a four-acre artistic treasure should be on your list of places to visit on any given first Saturday of the months of April through November 10 AM - 4PM. The modest entrance fee of $5 per person is used for preservation efforts of the site which is being respectfully preserved by the Marion County Historic Society and the Pasaquan Preservation Society. As you wander through the various buildings, you will be awestruck at the intricate details created with concrete and paint and the patient tooling of tin which encases each doorway, some of the walls and walkways.
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