Todd Suttles Art Photography

Seasoned in the South

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  • Untitled VF21

    Untitled VF21

    I find it interesting that Southerners who seem to be so skeptical of strangers and socially withdrawn empower their homes to communicate so profusely. I found this yard art in Alabama. I always want to stop and talk with the occupants, and I know there is a story lurking somewhere just under the visible. Fine…

  • Shapes


    Sometimes I like the shapes I see and how they play with one another in the image. Add in the tension between the red and green, throw in some dramatic warm side light and what’s not to like? Fine Art Print Available, Click Here

  • “Having Fun”

    Fun is the enjoyment of pleasure, particularly in leisure activities. Fun is an experience often unexpected, informal or purposeless. It is an enjoyable distraction, diverting the mind and body from any serious task or contributing an extra dimension to it. Wikipedia Fine Art Print Available, Click Here

  • Irvins


    What can I say? If you have spent any time off the main roads in the South, you will have seen the likes of this. I mean, why wouldn’t you spend a week or so with a welder making a superhero out of spare junkyard parts, dress him in a parachute, and place him in…

  • Easter Afternoon, 2017

    Easter Afternoon, 2017

    I believe I shot this two years back while out roaming around looking at all the spring outbursts on Easter Afternoon with my dad. It was a spectacular day, and I believe he also did several paintings inspired by our trip. Fine Art Print Available, Click Here


    Untitled #ZE31

    “One” It is that time of year again when Atlanta explodes with greenery and wild color. I shot this image quite a few years back now and have been waiting to be inspired to do something with it. It always amazes me how black and white can unify and distill an image to its strongest…


    Untitled #SI17

    “Within” Just within the span of my short life has this building gone from thriving to decaying. I wonder if the Southern men and women for whom this building was most likely the center of their existence and survival could ever have envisioned this state of being? I question my own convictions about what is…

  • Black & White -or- Color?

    “South Georgia, 2017” I shot this on one of my wander-abouts in 2017 exploring South Georgia.  I loved the gritty textures and harsh light. I like this image as a black and white and also as a color. I think where I was going to hang it would tip the scales in the direction for…

  • Charlie’s Creek Road Home

    Charlie’s Creek Road Home, -2017

  • Horns