Feb 3

Ketubah of the Day

Caesaria Hupah Ketubah

by Sivia Katz

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Ketubah Description

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This design draws on the innovative photocollage technique in its design. This Hupah, created out of antique Roman columns of Caesaria and decorated with Israeli local wildflowers, symbolizes the wedding ceremony and the home, while including the context of the history of Israel's ancient past.

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Ketubah Artist Bio

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Sivia Katz has created original Ketubot, special commission, and calligraphic watercolors since 1972. Her paintings, based on Hebrew texts, combine the subtlety of contemporary color and design with the warmth of nature and the lyrical grace of the Hebrew letter. Her works have been presented to former U.S. President Jimmy Carter as well as to congregations, Rabbis and community leaders. They are exhibited in museums and galleries throughout America and Israel.