Author Archives: bellalorigagnon
Day Two – Meeting my Brother and Niece, a Toronto Adventure
My brother Peter and niece Kathryn arrived 10ish this morning, and after a few hugs, we jumped in Pete’s car and took off for a day of Toronto driving adventure. We looked at amazing buildings, including Casa Loma, a real … Continue reading
Day One – To Toronto We Go
The first day of our trip has been a mixed bag. It started strangely with a taxi driver who only had one arm, so could not help with the luggage and did not know the way to the airport. Then … Continue reading
My Art/Writing/Smashing/Journal for our Paris Trip
My Life Writing mentor and friend, Joanne Klassen, gifted this writing journal to me, for my trip to Paris a couple of years ago. I have altered it to accommodate, writing, art journaling and some smash booking. I did not … Continue reading
My $5.00 Homemade Art Journal.
I purchased one package of 10 file folders, $1.25, one yellow snakeskin gift bag, $1.25, one roll of decorative tape, $1.25, and one roll of two sided adhesive tape, $1.25, all from Dollarama. A couple hours of work and I … Continue reading
File Folder Art Journal
My latest large size art journal I made from file folders from the recycle box at work and a family size Cherrios box. It is still a work in progress.
Rainbow Warrior Woman Promise Tree and the Dance of the Giant Peacocks – A Creation Myth
Friday, March 24, 2013 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm At Peg City Yoga Studios I am aware I am an extraordinary and gorgeous rainbow tree. I was born of a magical seed that was large, fist size, glassy smooth and … Continue reading
Where Did She Go?
© by Lori Gagnon, Nov, 2012 Winnipeg, MB I am the studious competent worker When did that happen? I am the steadfast dependable one When did that happen? I am the one the one in the middle, the mediator I … Continue reading
© by Bella Lori Gagnon, June 2012, Winnipeg, MB I am as diverse as the colours in a rainbow. Sometimes I am warm and bright, yellow and hot, the sun. Other times I am orange and gay, bright and bold, … Continue reading
Pink Snow, Red Jelly
© by Bella Lori Gagnon, March 2012, Winnipeg, MB Every spring, the crab apple tree in the back yard of the house I grew up in, would turn into a gloriously queenly profusion of sweetly scented pale pink blossoms. That … Continue reading
© by Bella Lori Gagnon, 2010, Winnipeg, MB For Sara Through my good eye, the one that is not swollen shut, I watch the spring day unfold. Through streaks of dirt, the sun’s light shines it warmth on my face, … Continue reading