Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 in Ketubah Art, News, Papercuts, Visual Art | 0 comments

papercut ketubah tree and lakeFor this ketubah, the discussions led the couple to identify images that they wanted, as well as style.  They brought to me a gnarled tree, a lake, references to New York City and Jerusalem, and also Traverse City, Michigan, home of the bride’s family and the site of the wedding. They were drawn to papercut art with soft ombre coloring behind. How to fit it all in?  You see above! Jerusalem and NYC are easy, but Traverse City also takes a bow as the sour cherry capitol of the United States by way of a basket of cherries nestled at the base of the tree.  And can you find the Yiddish word ‘bashert’ (fated or destined love) ‘carved’ into the tree trunk??

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