September 8, 2014

 

 

Inspired by traditional Jewish wedding and celebration folk dances, this design encircles your ketubah text vibrant overlapping lines that capture fluid movement in a ring around your ketubah. The painting uses a range of blue, green and grey colors that blend togeth...

September 7, 2014

 

Two new ketubot have been added to the Painted Ketubah shop this week. Inspired by the banks of the Nile river, these ketubah designs play with art sweeping repeating art deco influenced flourishes. The two different tones speak to the bolder brides with the Golden ke...

May 19, 2014

This painted ketubah was completely custom for the bride and groom - it represents locations that are significant to their relationship and symbolism that reflects important details about their wedding. The ketubah depicts the Caesarea Aqueducts, the Canadian Rockies,...

May 6, 2014

Studio Update: This hot pink peony ketubah is almost ready to ship to it's new home. The ketubah is a custom commission for an adorable couple in New York.

 

 

We designed the ketubah together so that it would match the bride's wedding florals. The ketubah has been custom...

April 8, 2014

There is a new ketubah up in the shop! The "birds and blossoms" watercolor ketubah just left my New York studio. Its design is a modern take on traditional chinese motifs with a contemporary color palette. It was designed for a New York interfaith wedding for a Chinese...

April 6, 2014

So it’s probably time to check out the Columbus Museum of Art. Currently, thirty Jewish marriage contracts, dating back to 12th-century Egypt, are featured in “The Art of Matrimony” at the museum. The exhibition highlights the beauty of ketubah art throughout history a...

April 5, 2014

Just in time for the 2014 jewish wedding season – a new ketubah, the “Geode Stained Glass Tree Ketubah” is here and ready for summer. Inspired by colorful crystallized geodes and the beauty of painted stained glass trees, this ketubah merges some subtle color shifts an...

April 1, 2014

It's official. The Painted Ketubah finally has new (slick) business cards. Now you can carry a mini watercolor ketubah in your purse, wallet, pocket or the palm of your hand...

 

As always, I'm endeavoring to make it as easy for you to get in touch as possible. Hopefully...

March 12, 2014

​Michelle and Carl were such a pleasure to work with. Thier easy and loving approach to their wedding was infused into so many beautiful details throughout their celebration. Their ceremony was set underneath one of those beautiful massive only-in-California trees and...

February 23, 2014

Welcome to my website and blog. My name is Hadass Gerson and I create Ketubot, or hand painted Jewish wedding certificates. A ketubah is almost always the very first piece of artwork that a couple commissions together as they prepare for a wedding and begin their marri...

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