Tallulah River Log Jam
from the Images I Enjoy
25×25 inch image size Archival Pigment Print on Cotton Rag Fine Art Paper – Limited Edition of Five.
Because of the power this image conveys for me, I feel strongly that it needs to only exist as a larger image; it is only available in a 25 x 25-inch size, limited to an edition of five.
Signed & dated on front and back
When I was a kid, my family had a cabin on Lake Burton in North Georgia. The headwaters of the Tallulah River are about twenty miles north of Lake Burton. We spent many, many days exploring the river. To this day, I know every boulder, twist, and turn, every water-carved hole. It is an old friend. Now, as then, every time I visit, I am both eager and amazed to discover how the simple power of water has altered everything and nothing.
When I was a kid and considered fifty years an incomprehensible eternity, I was mesmerized by the thousands of years it must have taken to smooth jagged chunks of rock the size of small houses to the smooth polished state they were in. I tried to visualize the generations of Native Americans who had sat on the same boulders, swam in the same water holes, and fished for the same trout.
This image conveys that sense of time and the river’s power, what changes frequently, what changes so slowly it seems immutable -knowing full well it is not.
In my lifetime, it is both old and new.
This collection holds current images that I like for one reason or another. They may never make it into a fine art project; I simply enjoy them. The photos are available as archival pigment print artist-proofs, priced for enjoying instead of investing.
Signed and dated, front and back. Other sizes most likely available, please contact me: photo@ToddSuttles.com
Art is a personal affair. Once you receive your purchase if you find it is not the perfect fit for you, no worries.
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Growing up as the son of two professional artists in the conservative mid-twentieth century South influenced Todd's perception of contemporary culture. Often being that artistic kid on the fringe of normal, his position as an outlier made him a vigilant observer of people, places, and situations.
A successful career as a salon owner, and stylist, Todd worked closely with people to express their sense of identity. Much of his photographic work seeks to find, document, and tell these unique stories.
For decades, Todd photographed commercially to support his business and in 2010 restructured his life to focus on artistic work. Since then, his work has been exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions in the Southeast region.