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New ketubah: inspired by the beautiful skyline of Chicago, as seen from out on Lake Michigan. This is a new interpretation of an earlier painting, which I created for my son Cameron and his wonderful wife, Blake, for the save-the-date for their wedding:
Blake’s beautiful mom, Raina, just married her beloved, Jeff, and they asked me to create a ketubah for them inspired by the earlier painting I had done for Blake and Cam.
When I look at Raina and Jeff, I can see the sparks fly between them, so I suggested we add fireworks. Raina asked for lots of flowers, which is also appropriate for love, joy and the motto of the City of Chicago: “Urbs In Horto”, which means, “City In A Garden.”
So much joy and fun for our family this year! Blessings and joy to both couples! See it here on my website.
My new ketubah design is available on museum quality paper or canvas, for more information click here.