Like many others I too am enchanted by the works of Marc Chagall.
His innocense and apparent ease of style, were perfect for the depiction of the people and scenes her chose for his visiual story telling.
In ode to the great one, I created a ketubah which calls on the artist's palette and his means of depciting scenes, in this case the wedding ceremony.
A couple flies in a night sky above a scene containing a shtetl, a tree with red flowers growing out of the shadows.
At the the base is a chupah, with a couple standing beneath the draped cloth under the light of the moon.
All ketubah are signed by the artist and produced on Somerset Velvet acid free archival paper.