Decorative Archway Ketubah

Posted by on Jun 9, 2015 in Ketubah Art, News, Visual Art | 0 comments

Decorative Archway Ketubah

Predominantly blue, this architecturally inspired ketubah is composed of elements that recall a wide variety of decorative styles – Celtic knots, European marble columns, Persian tilework, and simple swirls that echo manuscript...

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Ketubah for a Wedding in the Zoo!

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015 in Ketubah Art, News, Visual Art | 0 comments

Ketubah for a Wedding in the Zoo!

A delightful couple decided to marry at the Ramat Gan Zoo in Tel Aviv, and contacted me to create an “Ark-y Animals” Ketubah! I had free rein to choose the menagerie, except for the couple’s pet Canaanite Dog, Nina, whose portrait graces the lower left of the document.  It was great fun to roam the children’s shelves at a local library and find the perfect poses of giraffes, meerkats, and turtles.  Who else gets to do...

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Art Deco Papercut Ketubah

Posted by on May 18, 2015 in Ketubah Art, News, Papercuts, Visual Art | 0 comments

Art Deco Papercut Ketubah

A most joyous opportunity here, to create a ketubah for a very special couple who share a rare clarity of vision and the ability to communicate it!  We started with just a few ideas: papercut, curvy art deco style, and a color palette that would work in any room over time. We bounced around sketches and ideas, and I even ordered swatches of wallpaper from a very high end art paper manufacturer, only to toss them out upon arrival when the petroleum aroma became too much to bear!  Finally I hit upon a lovely stained glass image from a home in Melbourne, Australia.  I adapted the design to papercutting and interpreted the many colors of glass in the original into multi-textured acrylic paints in a neutral palette. I enhanced the full-bodied paints with a concoction to increase their thickness, and I must admit, it was almost too much fun to play with the goo I came up with! The colors include silvers and golds, and the piece catches the light and shimmers! Several areas are even filled with micro glass beads. The coloring and texture choices in a ketubah like this are part of an organic process that grows bit by...

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Mosaic-style Award – 2

Posted by on Apr 9, 2015 in Awards, Certificates, and Commissioned Works, News, Visual Art | 0 comments

Mosaic-style Award – 2

A limited color palette, intricate Celtic knotwork with each strand split into three and colored in a mosaic style is all that’s needed to create a personalized award for the...

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Mosaic-style Award 1

Posted by on Apr 9, 2015 in Awards, Certificates, and Commissioned Works, News, Visual Art | 0 comments

Mosaic-style Award 1

Delicate knotwork painted in a mosaic style forms columnar embellishment for this very simple...

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Beth El, Fairfield, Connecticut – Residency

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015 in News, Susan at work, Upcoming Events | 0 comments

Beth El, Fairfield, Connecticut – Residency

I’ll be welcomed to Fairfield, Connecticut’s Congregation Beth El from April 24 – 26, 2015 for an arts residency designed to engage all ages and interests within the community!  There will be lots of singing, of course!  The weekend will include a lecture, several song presentations and a congregational sing-along, work with the Hebrew School, a talk after morning minyan on Sunday, and a full concert with the fabulous Lauren Brody on accordion, piano, and vocals.  (I’m especially looking forward to some traditional singing around the dinner tables as we welcome shabbes in style!)  I plan to set up a full art exhibit of over 30 framed pieces to hang for the entire residency, and following Saturday night’s concert, there will be a reception and meet-and-greet around the...

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