Aug 2

Ketubah of the Day

Jerusalem with Pillars Ketubah

by Susan Cone Porges

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This original design painted in subtle watercolors, depicts two pillars of strength, symbolizing the bride and groom. The vines that work their way up to grow together at the top, symbolize the joining of the two lives as they become one. The archway is symbolic of the traditional Chuppah. Connecting the pillars along the bottom is the old city of Jerusalem, the foundation upon which the new couple will build their lives.



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Ketubah Artist Bio

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Ohio artist/calligrapher, Susan Cone Porges, combines her passion for drawing and painting with her love of letters. A graduate of Mass. College of Art, with a BFA in Printmaking, Susan spent the past 25 years designing original “calli”graphics for corporate and individual clients. Susan also designs Ketubot. In addition to her commercial work, Susan spends much of her time painting in both oils and watercolors, lending her keen sense of design and color to rich florals and landscapes. Susan teaches drawing and calligraphy and exhibits regularly in galleries, art shows, and craft exhibitions.