Art is my daily inspiration.
Graduated in Fine Arts and formerly an arts and music teacher, nowadays I'm a blogger and photographer.
Owner of the blog "Bonjour et Bon Voyage" and its Facebook page, I've been publishing pictures of my travels and artworks as I love editing pictures and creating my own postcards. I have lived in various cultural environments and speak English, French, Italian and Portuguese. At present I am taking German classes.
Hello beautiful people! It is been a while since my last post. Time goes so fast! Some weeks ago I visited Zurich in Switzerland again. I love this city! Despite the bad weather I enjoyed this trip a lot.
Also, I have been busy editing some of my pictures and trying new things like mixing images and some of my favourite quotes and sayings, creating new postcards and so on. You might have seen these pictures already if you follow my Facebook page or Instagram.
So, I got to a point when I really need spring time! I mean this morning was snowing again in Luxembourg! Ouch…I thought winter was over!
Stay warm and stay tuned! See you soon on a beautiful spring day…I hope so! 🙂
Hi guys! Last days of December 2017 I visited The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto. Lovely experience as I am very affectionate for Art! The venue itself is awesome! The Power Plant is Canada’s leading public gallery devoted exclusively to contemporary visual art. It is an innovative, not-for-profit cultural organization that enlivens, educates and entertains a diverse public.
I would like to share with you some highlights:
For his exhibition at The Power Plant, Michael Landy invites the public to collaborate in building a ‘wall of protest’ by submitting images, words, texts and slogans that represent their thoughts and feelings—of hope or of despair, on matters small or large, from high to low and across the cultural spectrum—to be transformed by the artist into drawings.
Bonjour beautiful people! Elora Gorge is famous for its cliffs descending into the Grand and Irvine Rivers. If you are an adventure lover, this would be your perfect place mainly during Summer. The park offers canoeing, paddle boat rentals, hiking, camp-grounds, fishing and picnicking. Some of the limestone cliffs are 24 meters high. We visited there in a very cold windy day. It was so cold that I confess I had some difficult to breath! However the views are breathtaking indeed! 🙂