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Chai - Amy Fagin
Chai - Amy Fagin
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The design for this ketubah uses the letterforms of "Chet" and "Yud" to frame the enclosure for the ketubah vows. The letter Chet teaches us that "life" contains Divine Essence in our daily reality. Trancendence and abundant renewal are reflected in the canopy.

Yud symbolizes spirituality and understanding. It represents the active force when bride and groom take responsibility for their actions and covenant.

The themes which develop in this work are tenderness, vivaciousness, commitment, and strength. A blessing for the bride and groom in a full and happy life. 20" x 26"

About the artist:

Amy has come to be recognized nationwide for her fine painted manuscripts which explore the realms of modern art within the traditional themes of the ancient genre of illumination. Her distinctive style is graphically strong and esthetically pleasing. She has a mystical and cosmic view of life and the world which inspires her work.
About the Artist
The focus of Amy Fagin's art work has used the framework of manuscript illumination to explore contemporary themes of visual art within the context of world and Jewish history. Her commission work combines the beautiful historic traditions of Hebrew Calligraphy with the current issues of our era. Illuminated manuscripts created for ceremonial occasions are inspired by the unique nature of the individuals and the occasion to be commemorated.

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