Bill Suttles & Todd Suttles

Paintings of Bill Suttles ~ Photography of Todd Suttles
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  • McCULLOH Train Station

    One year ago today, Chip Standifer and I did a photo-ramble through lower Alabama. This photo is one of my favorite images from that trip. I love the simplicity of the shape and the contrast between red and green. I have no idea what the age of this train station might be, but I would…

  • Death Chair

    Death Chair, Hayesville, NC This image is a new black and white from a series I have been working on about drug addiction. The full quote on the wall is “Death Comes Easily to Those Who Smoke. If You Smoke, You Better Clean Up”. Contact Photo@ToddSuttles.Com for pricing and availability.

  • Choestoe

    Union County, Georgia Contact Photo@ToddSuttles.Com for pricing and availability.

  • Charlie’s Creek Road Home

    Charlie’s Creek Road Home, -2017

  • Horns

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  • Bonus Room

    Both time and nature conspire to obscure. Contact Photo@ToddSuttles.Com for pricing and availability.

  • Molena, Georgia – 2018

    Molena, Georgia 2018 Molena is the home of the South by Southeast Photo Gallery. While waiting for the gallery to open I explored around town early on an overcast morning. The light and mist gave an ethereal feel to this children’s park which I tried to capture and express with this image. I wanted the scene to be…

  • Photo Buckhead Exhibit Curated By Micheal James O’Brien Opens Today

    I am very excited and honored to be included in Photo Buckhead 2018. My photograph “Court” was juried into the show by Michael James O’Brien. Michael James O’Brien is the Associate Chair of Photography at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Atlanta. O’Brien earned a BA from Kenyon College and a BFA and…

  • Once Upon A Crime

    “Once Upon A Crime” -2015, Atlanta, Georgia Some photographs are best left to speak for themselves. This is one of those.    

  • Downslope

    It seldom snows in Georgia but in some of the higher elevations, it does occur sometimes. The trick is to get enough to cover, without blocking access to the roads; North Georgia is definitely not set up to clear all the roads. This image is from one of those rarer times. I was able to get…