Description Considered one of the wonders of the modern world, the Golden Gate Bridge spans the Golden Gate an area that separates the dangerous yet beautiful Pacific Ocean from the calm and utilitarian San Francisco Bay. Finished in 1937, the bridge has stood for most of a century, as a symbol of mans ability to build great things. At night, the bridge is lit making the famous International Orange colored paint glow.
Jason Herring, Modesto CA Member Since January 2009 Artist Statement "Olam" is a word in the hebrew language loosley meaning "In The Far Distance." When looking off in the far distance it is difficult to make out any details and what is beyond that horizon cannot be seen, a concept known as the "olam". The word "olam" is also used as a description of time, for the distant past or the distant future is a time that is difficult to know or perceive. In the minds of ancient peoples, the "olam" is simply what is at or beyond the horizon, a very distant time or place.
The imagery presented here has and is continually being created by THE Master Artist. The images presented here are a present yet ever changing landscape of beauty... beauty in creation, existence, change, and destruction. It is an honor and privilege to present images created of His ever present, ever changing work.