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Pasaquan is a four acre art environment that consists of six major structures, more than 900 feet of painted masonry fence, painted totems, decorative walkways, sculptures, hammered steel forms, and other art and artifacts. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered among the most important visionary art environments in the United States.
Pasaquan is the work of Marion County native, Eddie Owens Martin, otherwise known as St. EOM. His work was influenced by many artistic cultures including Mesoamerican, African, and Eastern art, but the content of his work was constructed from personal visions and life experiences. St EOM's work also encompasses pasaquayan jewelry, decorations, clothes, and even original music. In 2015, after a two year renovation, Kohler Foundation, Inc. gifted Pasaquan to Columbus State University.
Pasaquan is truly an experience in itself. To find out more history and information, go to Columbus State University's page dedicated to Pasaquan.