Folk art is a very diverse field that every artist can have his distinct version of. The Pasaquan is one great example of this in Georgia. Made by Eddie O. Martin, also known as St. EOM, the Pasaquan is a 7-acre complex that has murals and paintings all over the concrete fences and structures in the area.
The Pasaquan is actually an artistic rendering of what Martin claims and believes to be a place where the past, future, present, and everything else become one. The project started as a vision to this eclectic artist in the 1930s and through the years, he communicated and received instructions in developing this future place.
Pasaquan is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is managed and preserved by the Pasaquan Preservation Society.