Not Your Parents' Balloon Animals

Daily News videographer Sarah Glover dropped by to film Jason Hackenwerth and the process of creating his new show, Titan and the Fireflies. Read more on

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Featured on WXPN

Last Friday, WXPN's Michaela Majoun interviewed me about 2424 Studios for their fall arts preview.
They wrote about the interview:
A new cultural center which is being developed in an old factory in Fishtown. It has artist studios and community space built around a giant gallery/performance space at its heart. The inaugural exhibition starting at the end of October features the work of cutting edge New York sculptor Jason Heckenwerth, whose medium is balloons!

You can listen to it here.

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Philadelphia Inquirer October 2008

The Philadelphia Inquirer featured Eileen Tognini in October 2008. Click to see the article as a .pdf or to see it on the Philadelphia Inquirer website.


art matters October 2008

Click to read the article about the 2008 Philadelpia Open Studio Tour.

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Philadelphia Home

Philadelphia Home Magazine on Eileen Tognini

The Fall 2008 issue of Philadelphia Home Magazine features a page about Eileen Tognini. Click to see the full article.

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House As Art

the Cover of American Style Magazine, April 2008

"House as Art: If Walls Could Talk"
by Caroline Tiger, American Style Magazine, April 2008



CBS 3 "Eye on Philadelphia"

CBS 3's TV anchor, Beverly Williams for Eye on Philadelphia televised a tour of "Sticks and Stones: the making of a sculpture garden" June 2004 -- the private 2.5 acre woodland garden that played host to a sculpture garden/event filled with the work of some 25 artists. You can watch it online.


"Their Secret Garden" Philadelphia Inquirer

magazine cover

In a wonderful article "Their Secret Garden", by Judy West from the Philadelphia Inquirer Sunday Magazine, the spirit of the house and garden are captured. I won't forget the day -- Judy brought her adorable 4 year old son who in truth arrived as a city kid who became enchanted by the hummingbird moths that Isabella showed him. At the end of the day a few spottings of salamanders, birds and frogs turned a city kid into an enamored country boy.