We are so excited to present three new ketubot, by two new Ketuv artists! The first two ketubot are by Edeet Bergman, an Israeli artist based in Manhattan who has been devoting herself to ketubot for the last decade. The first one, called the Garden of Eden ketubah, is very indicative of Edeet’s signature style in graphite, surreal and rich. We also love the concept behind this ketubah, which Edeet shared was about weathering the ups and downs in a relationship with equanimity and acceptance.
Edeet also contributed a ketubah based on Native American quilts, aptly named the Quilt Ketubah:
The third ketubah was by a new D.C.-based Ketuv artist named Lauren Kotkin. Actually, Lauren got in touch after creating a ketubah for one of our text-only ketubah customers. We loved what she did with their ketubah (we’ll be showing a whole bunch of examples of what independent artists have done with our text-only ketubot in our next post), and we are so happy to have her on our roster with this beautiful, floral collaged ketubah, called Love Grows: