Apr 24

Ketubah of the Day

Field of Irises Ketubah

by Goldie Silberberg

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This fresh and vibrant Ketubah embeds the nuptial text in a beautifully rendered field of blue flowers. The warm skies are adorned with a classic Biblical phrase in its original Hebrew: 'Ani L'Dodi V'Dodi Li', which means "I am my beloved's, and my beloved is mine.

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Goldie’s art portrays the feelings that Judaism evokes in her. The imagery of Jerusalem within her art, reflects the years she lived there. Flowers, nature and music are a basis for the Judaic symbolism in her art. Goldie studied graphic design at Emunah Women’s College of Graphic Design in Jerusalem. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She has been working professionally as a Judaic artist since 1990. She continues creating her art and creatively raising her children in and around her studio in Maryland.