Arabesque by Laya Crust
This swirling tree is rife with color and pattern. Within the branches are images of the seven species of fruit mentioned in the bible and other symbols of the home. Ladybugs flying through the background conjure images of innocence and the warmth of summer.
Size: 13" x 25" (Giclee)
Arch of Jerusalem 2 by Laya Crust
ize: 14" x 24" (Giclee)
A tree passing through the four seasons representing the cycle of life is nestled in an archway. At the top are buildings from Jerusalem including Montefiore’s windmill, the Shrine of the Book, the Tower of David, the Western Wall and the “Hurva.” A landscape of Israel surrounds the arch. The leafy border is filled with ceremonial symbols and eight words from the “Seven Wedding Blessings“ which mean peace, joy, friendship, happiness, companionship, love.
Lovers by Laya Crust
This richly colored piece features a couple floating beneath a chuppah glowing with the warmth of the sun. Other symbols include two interlocking rings representing commitment, a tree with pomegranates and doves representing family and peace, an image of Jerusalem, and images representing Judaism and learning. There are quotations floating throughout the artwork which refer to love, learning, and building a home together.
Size: 18" dia. (Giclee)
Persian Rose by Leah Crust
The rich colors and Persian motif of this ketubah hint of a magic carpet ready to transport the betrothed into matrimonial bliss.
Size: 18.5" x 25" (Lithograph)