Dimbola Museum & Galleries
On a recent visit to the Isle of Wight, Queen guitarist and photography enthusiast Brian May turned the tables on an Island photographer and captured him in 3D stereo. We can now reveal how that exclusive image turned out.
Dimbola Lodge Museum and Galleries are giving people a second chance to see the work of Island Artist Gem Bell who sadly passed away in April. Gem’s ‘Draa Me In’ first featured at Dimbola in 2010
The ‘Loavelly Sisters’ is a story that has been present in Charlotte Johannes’s life from as far back as she can remember. The dark, disturbing tale of the twin’s who live in the house in Freshwater, on the road that leads to Compton Bay, was told to her by family friend Robyn Hitchcock.
Queen guitarist Brian May, and former East Enders actress Anita Dobson, visited the Isle of Wight, for Brian to sign copies of his and Elena Vidal’s Book ‘A Village Lost and Found’.
As Island Pulse readers are already aware Brian May and his wife Anita Dobson were the focus of much media attention recently on the Isle of Wight when they attended Dimbola for the ‘A Village Lost and Found’ book signing. View our photos…
A surprise pre-birthday bash with tea and sumptuous cake was held for Brian May after his very special book signing at Dimbola Lodge on Monday.
Dury, Harry and Costello to name but three icons of the 70′s are featured in a bold photographic exhibition by Chris Gabrin at Dimbola Lodge
Good news, Brian May is to visit the Isle of Wight to interact with visitors at his 3D ‘A Village Lost and Found’ Stereoscopic Exhibition in Dimbola Lodge Museum.