Southwest Georgia’s phantasmagorical homestead known as Pasaquan opens to the public Saturday after a two-year, multi-million dollar restoration.
The seven acre site is the life’s work of eccentric artist Eddie Owens Martin.
Pasaquan is hard to describe. You pull off a flat, tree-lined road down a gravel driveway and the first thing you see is a tall pagoda and long, high wall covered with brightly colored designs.
“Dope,” is the first reaction from University of Georgia art graduate student Katherine Miller.