Now I know there are many kinds of bloggers, but for the purposes of this post there will only be two kinds. One kind is the one that's out there in Internet land. The other kind is the one you have met and know on a physical basis. I don't know if any study or analysis has been done on the kinds of bloggers, but I'm sure it could get complicated on some university communications course.
I have a few blogs where I actually know the blogger. Yesterday the "know the blogger types" got one bigger. I met Teresa from Creations. I have followed Teresa for more than a year and found her blog very interesting. Teresa is a photographer and artist. Teresa is a naturalist who has a tremendous interest in birds , animals, plants and any other creature that happens to come along. Teresa features many of her creations on her blog so you get to know a person and an artist.
So yesterday was the big day when I met Teresa. She had an art show at the Marjory Wood Gallery at the Kerry Wood Nature Center in Red Deer. I had dropped into the nature center to see her paintings before. So in meeting Teresa in person I found someone who is more passionate about art than came across in her blog. I also found that she uses more mediums than I had sen before. I also found some different paintings other than birds. She has done buildings and water colors. Talking to Teresa was easy and it felt like I had known her for a long time.
Now the picture looks like I'm making some significant comment about art. I'm not. I can fake a lot of things but I can't fake it when it comes to art. My knowledge and understanding of art are pretty limited . However, I do like art and appreciate what effort artists put into their creations.
There was a bonus as Teresa had a son and daughter with her as well as her trusty guide who takes her to all the great places to view her favorite subjects.
So now I not only know Ramblings of a Diet Pop Addict..., Whats In Teds Head , Teacher Man, Teacher Ms, My Journey to Mayo, but Delights Of Creation, fine art inspired by Nature and Life.