Todd Suttles Art Photography

Seasoned in the South

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  • “Buford”

    It’s February. It is time for a smile and a cheerful outlook. “Buford” is the antidote to a world of woes.  Buford has passed since he posed for his closeup, but his legacy goes on. If you lived in Union County, Georgia (Blairsville), you most likely had occasion to visit the Union County Landfill. If you…

  • “Lake Ocoee, October 22”

    This snapshot of “Lake Ocoee, October 22″ was taken at The River Gallery where it was on exhibit in a Father/Son show featuring my dad’s paintings and my photography. The show ran through the month of January, the opening reception was January 5th; it measures 23.5″ x 23.5” framed. I have not heard if it…

  • “Perpetual Care”

    “Perpetual Care” is another image that made me stop; going along with January’s seeming theme now that I have posted a few. “Perpetual Care” asked me to wonder if there is even such a thing? And if there is, does it matter, and who is doing it? Why does it matter? And what is it…

  • “Corner Stone”

    This snapshot of “Corner Stone” was taken at The River Gallery which is currently exhibiting a Father/Son exhibit of my photography and my dad’s painting.  This edition of “Center Stone” measures 20″ x 29″; mounted on half inch foam board, framed with a simple black wood frame. The show opened January 5 and runs through…

  • “Killer”

    “Killer” is a photo I made on another of my North Georgia roundabouts with my dad. We were out shooting, he for painting reference and myself for Sothern imagery. I found this written on the side of a shed belonging to an old farmstead in Union County, North Georgia. There was no other vandalism or…

  • “Double 00”

    “Double 00” is an image from a project I have been working on for the past three years: The Tri-County Dirt Race Track, otherwise titled “Red Dirt”. My intent for this project is to capture and convey a culture I completely stumbled upon on one of my walkabouts in North Georgia. I am fascinated with…

  • Spray Tan Now Available

    It’s good to know that even during the snow-filled single digit days one can always get a spray tan almost anywhere.

  • “High Rise”

    The title of this one is High Rise. I shot this while on one of my roundabouts with my dad. We stumbled upon this old homestead dating back to the mid-1800s. My father has painted several from this trip which I will try to find and post at a later date. My photo Reality Farming with…

  • Cecil Sharp Historic Photographs

    Cecil Sharp Historic Photographs Anyone interested in Southern Appalachia should be interested in seeing this exhibit. I am going to be sure I see it November 30, 2017 – January 31, 2018 This is the first US exhibit of rare, century-old photos taken by British song collector Cecil Sharp. The photographs feature some of the…

  • Southern Homestead

    I found this abandoned house while driving around in South Georgia this past weekend; attending Slow Exposures 2017. The humans have been long gone, but the hands that planted this momentary burst are still evident in their absence.