The Eden ketubah brings life to the initial garden where humanity and history first took shape, according to Jewish tradtion.
Surrounding the ketubah text is a celebration of color. Flowers of all kinds make up the border.
Trumpets and harps bring the ethereal nature of music to Wedding manuscript. Candles burn and doves take flight.
A menorah burns at the base of the work as a symbol of light and hope.
The gates of Jerusalem are depicted within an arch at the top of the work. Red tile roofs domes and grayish yellow carved stone are manifestations of over two thousand years of the city's history.
All ketubah are signed by the artist and produced on Somerset Velvet acid free archival paper.