treadingart:

Enclaves: Iron Eden 
One cold morning we ventured underneath the Bloomfield bridge to check out Iron Eden's workshop. The place was a bit eerie with an air of magic between the curved metal sculptures, ornate gates, crawling creatures, and ghostly furniture-ware left behind with a blanket of rust. Having just finished a large wrought iron gate for the facade of his new gallery the Joe Mag Project, owner John Walker wasn’t able to meet with us in between meetings and what-nots.
However, he did let us wonder around to scope out the mystical nooks and crannies of his work space where he has around 3-5 iron workers and apprentices under his watch on any given weekday. In a phone conversation he told me the story of Joe Magerac, a mighty Pittsburgh steel worker who becomes immortal after saving a man in a bessemer converter, a major inspiration for his upcoming gallery. 
The business doesn’t stop there. There is also a short stay, Eden House, run by John’s wife Jody. They opened up in 2009 and haven’t had any trouble keeping it full, often housing the likes of movie makers here in the ‘burgh.
We are looking forward to checking out their new gallery on Liberty Avenue once it opens this summer. 
ML
*Photos by Rebecca Lessner



I’ve been to a party out of a movie on this rooftop.
treadingart:

Enclaves: Iron Eden 
One cold morning we ventured underneath the Bloomfield bridge to check out Iron Eden's workshop. The place was a bit eerie with an air of magic between the curved metal sculptures, ornate gates, crawling creatures, and ghostly furniture-ware left behind with a blanket of rust. Having just finished a large wrought iron gate for the facade of his new gallery the Joe Mag Project, owner John Walker wasn’t able to meet with us in between meetings and what-nots.
However, he did let us wonder around to scope out the mystical nooks and crannies of his work space where he has around 3-5 iron workers and apprentices under his watch on any given weekday. In a phone conversation he told me the story of Joe Magerac, a mighty Pittsburgh steel worker who becomes immortal after saving a man in a bessemer converter, a major inspiration for his upcoming gallery. 
The business doesn’t stop there. There is also a short stay, Eden House, run by John’s wife Jody. They opened up in 2009 and haven’t had any trouble keeping it full, often housing the likes of movie makers here in the ‘burgh.
We are looking forward to checking out their new gallery on Liberty Avenue once it opens this summer. 
ML
*Photos by Rebecca Lessner



I’ve been to a party out of a movie on this rooftop.
treadingart:

Enclaves: Iron Eden 
One cold morning we ventured underneath the Bloomfield bridge to check out Iron Eden's workshop. The place was a bit eerie with an air of magic between the curved metal sculptures, ornate gates, crawling creatures, and ghostly furniture-ware left behind with a blanket of rust. Having just finished a large wrought iron gate for the facade of his new gallery the Joe Mag Project, owner John Walker wasn’t able to meet with us in between meetings and what-nots.
However, he did let us wonder around to scope out the mystical nooks and crannies of his work space where he has around 3-5 iron workers and apprentices under his watch on any given weekday. In a phone conversation he told me the story of Joe Magerac, a mighty Pittsburgh steel worker who becomes immortal after saving a man in a bessemer converter, a major inspiration for his upcoming gallery. 
The business doesn’t stop there. There is also a short stay, Eden House, run by John’s wife Jody. They opened up in 2009 and haven’t had any trouble keeping it full, often housing the likes of movie makers here in the ‘burgh.
We are looking forward to checking out their new gallery on Liberty Avenue once it opens this summer. 
ML
*Photos by Rebecca Lessner



I’ve been to a party out of a movie on this rooftop.
treadingart:

Enclaves: Iron Eden 
One cold morning we ventured underneath the Bloomfield bridge to check out Iron Eden's workshop. The place was a bit eerie with an air of magic between the curved metal sculptures, ornate gates, crawling creatures, and ghostly furniture-ware left behind with a blanket of rust. Having just finished a large wrought iron gate for the facade of his new gallery the Joe Mag Project, owner John Walker wasn’t able to meet with us in between meetings and what-nots.
However, he did let us wonder around to scope out the mystical nooks and crannies of his work space where he has around 3-5 iron workers and apprentices under his watch on any given weekday. In a phone conversation he told me the story of Joe Magerac, a mighty Pittsburgh steel worker who becomes immortal after saving a man in a bessemer converter, a major inspiration for his upcoming gallery. 
The business doesn’t stop there. There is also a short stay, Eden House, run by John’s wife Jody. They opened up in 2009 and haven’t had any trouble keeping it full, often housing the likes of movie makers here in the ‘burgh.
We are looking forward to checking out their new gallery on Liberty Avenue once it opens this summer. 
ML
*Photos by Rebecca Lessner



I’ve been to a party out of a movie on this rooftop.
treadingart:

Enclaves: Iron Eden 
One cold morning we ventured underneath the Bloomfield bridge to check out Iron Eden's workshop. The place was a bit eerie with an air of magic between the curved metal sculptures, ornate gates, crawling creatures, and ghostly furniture-ware left behind with a blanket of rust. Having just finished a large wrought iron gate for the facade of his new gallery the Joe Mag Project, owner John Walker wasn’t able to meet with us in between meetings and what-nots.
However, he did let us wonder around to scope out the mystical nooks and crannies of his work space where he has around 3-5 iron workers and apprentices under his watch on any given weekday. In a phone conversation he told me the story of Joe Magerac, a mighty Pittsburgh steel worker who becomes immortal after saving a man in a bessemer converter, a major inspiration for his upcoming gallery. 
The business doesn’t stop there. There is also a short stay, Eden House, run by John’s wife Jody. They opened up in 2009 and haven’t had any trouble keeping it full, often housing the likes of movie makers here in the ‘burgh.
We are looking forward to checking out their new gallery on Liberty Avenue once it opens this summer. 
ML
*Photos by Rebecca Lessner



I’ve been to a party out of a movie on this rooftop.
treadingart:

Enclaves: Iron Eden 
One cold morning we ventured underneath the Bloomfield bridge to check out Iron Eden's workshop. The place was a bit eerie with an air of magic between the curved metal sculptures, ornate gates, crawling creatures, and ghostly furniture-ware left behind with a blanket of rust. Having just finished a large wrought iron gate for the facade of his new gallery the Joe Mag Project, owner John Walker wasn’t able to meet with us in between meetings and what-nots.
However, he did let us wonder around to scope out the mystical nooks and crannies of his work space where he has around 3-5 iron workers and apprentices under his watch on any given weekday. In a phone conversation he told me the story of Joe Magerac, a mighty Pittsburgh steel worker who becomes immortal after saving a man in a bessemer converter, a major inspiration for his upcoming gallery. 
The business doesn’t stop there. There is also a short stay, Eden House, run by John’s wife Jody. They opened up in 2009 and haven’t had any trouble keeping it full, often housing the likes of movie makers here in the ‘burgh.
We are looking forward to checking out their new gallery on Liberty Avenue once it opens this summer. 
ML
*Photos by Rebecca Lessner



I’ve been to a party out of a movie on this rooftop.
treadingart:

Enclaves: Iron Eden 
One cold morning we ventured underneath the Bloomfield bridge to check out Iron Eden's workshop. The place was a bit eerie with an air of magic between the curved metal sculptures, ornate gates, crawling creatures, and ghostly furniture-ware left behind with a blanket of rust. Having just finished a large wrought iron gate for the facade of his new gallery the Joe Mag Project, owner John Walker wasn’t able to meet with us in between meetings and what-nots.
However, he did let us wonder around to scope out the mystical nooks and crannies of his work space where he has around 3-5 iron workers and apprentices under his watch on any given weekday. In a phone conversation he told me the story of Joe Magerac, a mighty Pittsburgh steel worker who becomes immortal after saving a man in a bessemer converter, a major inspiration for his upcoming gallery. 
The business doesn’t stop there. There is also a short stay, Eden House, run by John’s wife Jody. They opened up in 2009 and haven’t had any trouble keeping it full, often housing the likes of movie makers here in the ‘burgh.
We are looking forward to checking out their new gallery on Liberty Avenue once it opens this summer. 
ML
*Photos by Rebecca Lessner



I’ve been to a party out of a movie on this rooftop.

treadingart:

Enclaves: Iron Eden 

One cold morning we ventured underneath the Bloomfield bridge to check out Iron Eden's workshop. The place was a bit eerie with an air of magic between the curved metal sculptures, ornate gates, crawling creatures, and ghostly furniture-ware left behind with a blanket of rust. Having just finished a large wrought iron gate for the facade of his new gallery the Joe Mag Project, owner John Walker wasn’t able to meet with us in between meetings and what-nots.

However, he did let us wonder around to scope out the mystical nooks and crannies of his work space where he has around 3-5 iron workers and apprentices under his watch on any given weekday. In a phone conversation he told me the story of Joe Magerac, a mighty Pittsburgh steel worker who becomes immortal after saving a man in a bessemer converter, a major inspiration for his upcoming gallery. 

The business doesn’t stop there. There is also a short stay, Eden House, run by John’s wife Jody. They opened up in 2009 and haven’t had any trouble keeping it full, often housing the likes of movie makers here in the ‘burgh.

We are looking forward to checking out their new gallery on Liberty Avenue once it opens this summer. 

ML

*Photos by Rebecca Lessner

I’ve been to a party out of a movie on this rooftop.