A Journey to Pasaquan


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Pasaquan History
Colors of Pasaquan
Pasaquan Images
Pasaquan Images
Eddie Owens
Eddie Owens Martin
A visit with
                                    President Jimmy Carter
Jimmy Carter
The Magic Bus
The Magic Bus
Links to other
                                    Pasaquan sites
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You are invited to join us for a very special trip
On November 5-6, 2016,
we are going on a Magical Mystery Tour . . .

to a land beyond your wildest dreams . . .

. . . only 5 hours away from Jacksonville by bus, yet light years away from our ordinary world.
55 travelers will make an extraordinary journey on the Magic Bus to Pasaquan.

Pasaquan is a 4-acre fantasyland of imagination and art located deep in the woods just outside Buena Vista, Georgia. The creation of self-taught visionary artist Eddie Owens Martin (a.k.a. St. EOM), this complex of other-worldly towers, pagodas, temples, walls, surrealistic structures, statues, and thousands of individual works of art is unlike any place else on earth.

Our luxury motorcoach will leave Jacksonville on Saturday morning and return Sunday evening. We will spend the night in the magnificent turn-of-the-century Windsor Hotel in Americus, Georgia. And as added bonus, on Sunday morning, we will go to Plains, GA, to hear former President Jimmy Carter teach Sunday School.

Mostly hidden from view since Martin's death in 1986, Pasaquan is considered by many scholars to be one of the most significant folk art sites in America. This wild, technicolor paradise is certainly one of the most startling examples of eccentric art in the entire universe.

Badly deteriorating for many decades, Pasaquan was acquired by the Kohler Foundation two years ago. A team of art curators, preservationists, and artists have been working on this site for over a year. Their work will be completed in October 2016, restoring Pasaquan to its former radiant glory. Our tour group from Jacksonville will be one of the first to have a personal guided tour of the site after its official dedication on October 22nd.

"I built this place to have something to identify with,'cause there's nothin' I see in this society that I identify with or desire to emulate. Here I can be in my own world, with my temples and designs and the spirit of God."

         -- St. EOM

                                                                 All proceeds from this trip go to
                                                               Friends of Hemming Park

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