So you thought the Island’s Carnival Centre in Ryde would be quiet in off season times. No such thing as they work with the community of volunteers to produce some very proud and grand flags, representing all the Island Towns in preparation for a summer of Carnival excitement.
Jamie Willaims followed the popular Isle of Wight based wood sculptor for three months filming him create one of his large sculptures.
The fairy sculpture featured in this film now resides in the gardens of the Enchanted Manor on the Isle of Wight.
This film is an edited version of the final film, a full length version can be viewed on Facebook.
Film and edit by Jamie Williams.
Check out Jamie’s other work on YouTube.
For artist Paul Critchley, working with molten glass provides the perfect medium to express his love of art and sculpture.
Paul, the owner of Diamond Isle Sculptured Glass, which is based at Arreton Barns on the Isle of Wight enjoys making elaborate blown vases as well as small glass birds and animals. His ideas come from the local environment and his love of the island.
We caught up with Brenda Jackson during her exhibit at the Winter Gardens in May 2010.
Check out Brenda’s profile at Society for Artists: http://community.saa.co.uk/art/brenda-jackson
A former furniture store in Spring Hill Ventnor is the headquarters of the Ventnor Historical Society and their Heritage Museum.
Among the many exhibits are relics of WW2 and the railway age on which the holiday resort of Ventnor was founded in Victorian times. The railway has gone, but there is at least a working model of the terminus. These artefacts, together with the large archive of local material are in the care of Graham Bennet (curator) and Fay Hewitt Brown (archivist) who provides a weekly history column in the local paper.
The Museum is normally open May to October and special visits can be arranged. Contact them via their website.
Filmed and produced by Will Jackson, check out his work at Vimeo.
Graham Bennet and Fay Brown talk to Ventnor.tv about the Ventnor Heritage Museum.
what we do
Ventnor TV is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes good news stories on Isle of Wight. We’re working with young people on the island in particular, to help give them experience of broadcast and publishing. Louis. L
meet the team
Louis Lawrence – Chairman (head dude)
Louis is a retired marketing executive and an active community worker,
‘I was a youth worker in London for many years, one of the founding group of the IW Credit Union, initiator of the IW Jewish Society, editor of the IWU3A newsletter, a barbershop singer. I settled in Ventnor when I retired from full time work, and named VentnorTV after the town’s vibrant community culture.’
Louis loves nothing more than relaxing in the hot tub with his dogs Beryl and Sandy.
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Felicity is copywriter and creative with experience in advertising,
‘currently living in Ryde, I am a mother and grandmother. Lived for 50 years in Africa and spent 7 years as announcer and general factotum at the Rand Easter Show. I’ve volunteered with South African Pony Club, National Thoroughbred Trust rescue centre, Animal anti-Cruelty League and South African Guide Dogs Association.’
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