The design of this Ketubah honors the majesty of the wedding ritual and the importance of this life transition for the bride and groom, the families and friends. The pillars are traditional symbols of support and knowledge, and the seated lions of Judaea are guardians of the Jewish faith. The lavender band suggesting a chuppah or a tallit covers the bride and groom.
Ketubah Artist Bio
Amy Fagin’s finely crafted illuminated ketubot reflect a broad spectrum of inspired designs. Her compositions incorporate an intellectual curiosity with a sinuous arrangement of space, pattern, symbolism and representational imagery. Her signature line of “Contemporary Ketubot” are exuberant, multi layered and thematically inspired compositions. Her “Heritage Ketubah” series reflects a new vein of inspiration for Amy which draws on the enormous diversity of cultural expression of Jewish heritage in communities world wide. Her “Miniature Ketubot” series are inspirations which are designed for couples whose taste in ketubah illumination reflects a more personal expression. These delicate miniature compositions are especially well suited for anniversary occasions. Ms Fagin’s work stands out for its sophisticated yet inviting compositions designed for lifetime of appreciation.