Oct 21

Ketubah of the Day

Shalev- Red Ketubah

by Archie Granot

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This Ketubah was silkscreened from an original multi-layered papercut. The round shape was chosen because the circle is a perfect form; the intersecting lines in the design represent the intersecting lives of a couple. The colors were chosen because they are optimistic and vibrant. The texts decorating the Ketubah are taken from R. Yehuda Halevi and the Maharal of Prague. Shalev is the Hebrew word for serenity.



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Archie Granot has developed an international reputation for artistry through his papercut work. While basing his designs on traditional motifs and themes, Mr. Granot has taken this ancient tradition in new directions by his innovative use of asymmetry and mutiple layers in his papercut creations. Recently, he has expanded his range by producing limited edition lithograph prints. Archie Granot’s work has made its way around the world, and is displayed in public collections at the Israel Museum (Jerusalem), Jewish Museum (New York) and the Victoria and Albert (London) among many others.