At ninety-one, Bill Suttles paints every day in his studio atop Buzzard’s Roost in the North Georga Mountains near Young Harris College. He retired there from Atlanta, Georgia, with his painter/potter wife, Pat Suttles, in 2000. This site showcases his most current work, work that has not even made it into the galleries that represent him yet.
This site is created and maintained for him by his son, Todd Suttles.
My father is, and my mother was, a lifetime professional artist. They began exhibiting in 1960 in Atlanta. My father has work in museums, international private collections, and hanging at the Georgia State Capital. My mother has work in the permanent collection at The High Museum of Art, in Atlanta.