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Harmony - Nishima Kaplan
Harmony - Nishima Kaplan
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A glorious Sun sets over the ocean. The sliver of a New Moon soars in the heavens. Dancing figures, representing angels, cavort around the borders like guests at a wedding.

All of heaven and earth is celebrating Dusk, the "marriage" of Day and Night, Sky and Earth, Air and Water.

Dusk is the magic moment when the energies of the world are perfectly balanced in true harmony with each other ~ the Harmony of a Marriage based on the celebration of the unique gifts that each of you bring to your new life together.

Like a New Moon your Life together has just begun, and yet like a Sunset it is already timeless.

May you share a thousand New Moons, may you enjoy ten thousand Sunsets!

May the Harmony of your marriage be exciting, ecstatic and joyful!
About the Artist
Nishima Kaplan was born in 1969 to parents who had recently immigrated from England and India. Nishima graduated from Penn in 1992 with degrees in Russian studies and Multinational Management from the Wharton School of business. Yet she continued to search for her life's work. Nishima Kaplan soon discovered that her deepest passion and destiny was to be an artist. She continued to study at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art for three years, receiving a classical training in drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpting. In 1998, Nishima Kaplan designed and painted my first ketubah as a wedding gift for friends. Since then she has created hundreds of Hand-Made and Limited Edition ketubahs.

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