For Jerusalem I chose a palette of earth tones, which symbolize the planting of one's roots, heart and family.
The myriad of colors comie together to emanate a sense of copper, a color that represents the city in song and poetry.
Within an arch at the top of the piece is a menorah, its candles lit.
Along the sides of the work are vignetttes of jersualem .
On one side a stylized frame contains a balcony of the ancient city.
While on the other panel are the walls as they would have been seen during the rule of kings. At the base is a window containing a "Hamsa" for good luck within two decorated columns.
Most of the manuscript is made up of geometric patterns and shapes, all the coloring done in dots.
All ketubah are signed by the artist and produced on Somerset Velvet acid free archival paper.