Posted by on May 27, 2013 in Ketubah Art, News, Papercuts | 0 comments

mlotek ketubahNature in the spring, music, and great joyfulness infuse this ketubah.  I was able to keep the couple apprised of the progress of the work by sending photos as each stage of the design.  The vivid sunset colors are seen as a lighter watercolor wash behind the circle of the text.  At the very top, set against the night sky and its stars, is a small papercut box that incorporates the Hebrew names of the bride and groom -Avraham Itzhak and Yael Simona – placed against a music staff.

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