Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 1
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 1
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print) detail 2
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print) detail 2
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print) detail 3
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print) detail 3
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 4
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 4
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 5
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 5
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print)
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print)
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 1
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 1After a moonlight walk through the snow, a couple returns to a warm home. Their dog runs ahead smelling winter smells.
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print) detail 2
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print) detail 2The ketubah text alternates lines, beginning with Hebrew and ending with Hebrew. For those wanting a single language text, the line spacing will be balanced to one font. The English typeface is clear and legible in the style of the artist's handwriting (even though this is not her handwriting).
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print) detail 3
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print) detail 3Christopher Marlowe's poem has been excerpted to run in a never-ending circle with the beginning and ending melding. Any text may be used in place of this poem, as requested by the couple.
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 4
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 4In this version the couple is two women.
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 5
Warm Hearts Ketubah detail 5Here the couple is two men.
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print)
Warm Hearts Ketubah (print)After a moonlight walk through the snow, a couple returns to a warm home. Around the circle is a quote adapted from Christopher Marlowe's late 16th century poem, "Come live with me and be my love." The ketubah text in Hebrew and English alternates lines.
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