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Janos Enyedi
Moves Furnace Road Studio South

May-Oct, 2011




Janos and Diana Enyedi moved to Mason Neck, Virginia on Nov. 1, 1986, to a small cottage surrounded by woods. Almost immediately they built Furnace Road Studio in which Janos created art � welded steel, 3 dimensional wall reliefs of paper construction, drawings, paintings and digital photographic prints, for nearly 25 years.

In the spring of 2011 Janos and Diana moved to St. Petersburg, FL and began renovating a 2700 sq. ft. commercial building as a loft-like live/work space � Furnace Road Studio South. They joined what is a very active artist community.

The renovation was nearing completion in September 2011. Janos and Diana were very pleased with the progress, happy with their new home and hopeful for the future. On September 25, the St. Petersburg Times, Neighborhood section ran an article, Community of artists crafts a place to call home, which quoted Janos extensively about his move to the Dome District, an artists' enclave in St. Petersburg. Janos read the article that Sunday morning on his new patio with his 1st cup of coffee. Satisfied with the article, he got a 2nd cup of coffee and returned to the patio to do the crossword puzzle while Diana gardened nearby.

After a few minutes Diana found Janos slumped over the crossword. He had suffered a heart attack. He was resuscitated,taken to the ER, followed my immediate heart catheterization. Though in the following days he appeared to be on the road to recovery, Janos developed complications and died on October 6, 2011.

Community of artists crafts a place to call home
Sandra J. Gadsden
St. Petersburg Times

September 25, 2011

Janos Enyedi

Andrew Meachem
St. Petersburg Times
Oct. 16, 2011



Death Notice
Ferdinand Protzman, edited by
The Washington

October 12, 2011

Janos Enyedi
at Wolfe Street

David Tannous
Art in America
May/June 1979

Art in America May-June 1979 cover Art in America review link Astonishingly

by Jo Ann Lewis
Art News
Dec. 1980
Artnews Dec 1980 cover  ARTnew article, link

Enyedi�s Powerful

by Mark Power
Washington Post,
February 6, 1986
Washington Post 1986 Janos Enyedi
Florence Rebenfeld
Museum & Arts
Sept/Oct. 1988
Museum and Art, Dec 1994 coverMuseum and Arts review link
The Soul of the Factory
by Janet Wilson
Washington Post
May 22, 1993

Washington Post, review 1993    

by Jean Lawlor Cohen

December 1994

Where DC magazine cover

      Where magazine review, page 1 Where magazine review page 2
A Milltown
Love Affair

Wheeling News

Sept. 18, 2001
Wheeling New Register review 2001link
Show Your Colors
Check out these
Patriotic Art Shows

April 2002

Washington magazine Aprin 2002 cover  Washingtonian review 2002
Industrial America
from singular view

by Victoria Donohoe
The Philadelphia

December 2003
The Phildelphia Inquirer, review link Industrious
artist gives
rust-belt relics
new form

by Geoff Gehman
The Morning Call, Bethlehem,PA
Dec. 18, 2003
The Morning Call, Bethlehem, PA review link
Steely Resolve
Artist brings
industrial vision
to life

by Teresa Annas
The Virginian Pilot
Sept. 15, 2005
 Virginian Pilot, review link The Virginian Pilot review link

� the World in

National Geographic

by Ferdinand Protzman

Work_the World in Photographs, National Geographic book cover Dozerâ��Stacker, image from Workâ��the World in Photographs link
(pages 288-289)
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