This Ketubah with two strong tree trunks is symbolic of two souls coming together and joining in matrimony, as shown by the roots meeting in a love knot at the base of the piece. This Ketubah is somewhat innocent in its style and is meant to represent the ease and sincerity of the meeting of soul mates.
Ketubah Artist Bio
Diane Sidenberg is a Toronto-based watercolor artist and sculptor who has been creating Judaica since 1985. Her artwork has been commissioned by Toronto Jewish Federation and various synagogues. Drawing and painting has been a life-long passion. Currently, Diane enjoys painting custom Ketubot and designing and painting Judaica of every kind. This marries her love of painting and her love of her Jewish heritage. Her hallmark is bright and vibrant color, often in the form of stained glass, collage and mosaics. However, her style is capable of being eclectic and varied.