Photosavant Interview

May 27, 2011

Check out the interview on the Photosavant website : Tilt Gallery – Change and Continuity

April 1 – 29, 2011

“Works” by Cig Harvey

Looking at Cig Harvey’s photographs are like reading one of your favorite novels, you can hear, feel and taste the narrative her images express. In the studio you will find her wearing one of her many vintage aprons. While creating her photographs she is often in one of her classic dresses. Full of symbolism and metaphor her self portraits build a story of her life experiences – without words.

Cig Harvey lives in Boston and Maine with her husband Doug Stradley and their dog Scarlet Snacks. She is a fine art photographer and is published in several national and international magazines having won awards for her brilliantly composed imagery. Her images are included in numerous prestigious collections worldwide. Her commercial clients include The New York Times Harper’s Bazaar, Bloomingdales and Ralph Lauren. Her International Publications and Awards include: 2010 Finalist, BMW prize, Paris Photo, 2010 Exhibit Review “Tone Poems” Boston Globe, 2008 Award Images of the Year 2008, American Photo. She is also professor at the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University and teaches workshops at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops in Santa Fe, New Mexico and at the Maine Media Workshops at Rockport, Maine.

  • Opening Reception: Friday, April 1, 6-9pm
  • Third Friday Art Walk Reception: Friday, April 15, 6-9pm

June 11, 2011 Saturday from 4 to 8pm

Special Summer Event

Tilt Gallery on the Road at the Maison Fine Art and Antiques. Located at 1017 North Main Street in Cottonwood, Arizona will present an exhibition of selected prints.

Inside the Maison will also present local phoenix artists Linda Parker, “Spirit Houses” “Cherry Bombin Wear” all bicycle recycled reconstructed wear by designer Angela Rocobono, Hand crafted furniture out of recycled materials by Paul Jacques and local Cottonwood ceramicist by Virginia Pates.

Tilt on the Road will be at the Maison for the summer season. Please come and visit and check out some of these local businesses nestled in the center of Old Town Cottonwood.

Arizona Stronghold wine Tasting Room

Pillsbury Wine Tasting Room

Verde Valley Oil Traders

Olive Oil Tasting, over 30 varieties of fresh oils and vinegars to taste

Crema Coffee and Creamery

Friday, April 15th, 2011 from 7-9pm and Saturday – Sunday, April 16th & 17th; from 9am-4pm

Portraiture Bootcamp

Instructor: Roger Palmenberg

Participants will learn basic portrait lighting to achieve dramatic results using models to create images with either film or digital media

Cost: $175 (material included) *
Note: Class limited to 8 students
You can registar (PDF or DOC) and print out the form to be mailed.