St. EOM's Pasaquan
Pasaquan is a 7-acre visionary art site nestled in the pines of rural Marion County, roughly six miles east of Buena Vista, Georgia. The site is under the stewardship of Columbus State University. CSU's priority is to preserve, maintain, provide access to and assist in the interpretation of Pasaquan.
The late Eddie Owens Martin began creating Pasaquan in 1957 and continued to work on the site for 30 years. The art environment features six major structures, mandala murals and more than 900 feet of elaborately painted masonry walls. Pasaquan's design fuses pre-Columbian Mexico, African and Native American cultural and religious symbols with motifs inspired by Edward Churchward's books about "The Lost Continent of MU."
Today, the site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered among the most important visionary art environments in the United States. CNN dubbed Pasaquan one of "16 Intriguing Things to See and Do in the U.S. in 2016."
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