St. EOM's Pasaquan is located in rural Southwest Georgia. It lies on 7 acres of sandy land in Marion County, a few miles west of the historic town of Buena Vista. Pasaquan consists of six major structures, all interconnected by a series of painted masonry walls, colorful concrete sculptures, and an assortment of landscape elements and plantings. Pasaquan's oldest building is a circa 1880s farmhouse that was virtually encapsulated by additions designed and executed by the artist, St. EOM. The greater parts of the exterior elements are made of masonry concrete brightly decorated with ordinary house paint. Approximately 15,650 square feet of colorfully painted concrete surfaces are on the exterior structures alone. An additional 6000 square feet of decoratively designed concrete, dry wall, metal, tiled floors, ceilings, and walls comprise the interior spaces. A related collection of over 2,000 individual pieces of art, craft, oil paintings, watercolor paintings, drawings, sculptures, items of costume and decorative attire, musical instruments, and a variety of other materials were all created by St. EOM. Pasaquan is a unique creation that will fascinate artists, art lovers, and anyone who admires creativity and innovative individual achievements of any kind. Pasaquan is open for visits on the first Saturday of each month, April through November.