Klulot III Ketubah by Ruth Rudin
"Klulot" is the Hebrew word for "marriage". The couple enter into the holy covenant of marriage before God, family and friends and promise to celebrate their eternal love together, and to be there for one another in all times
Ruth Rudin was born in Haifa, Israel. The artist's study and career in art started early in her life, and she studied extensively both in Wizo in Israel, and Mass College of Art in Boston. Ruth works in many media, including watercolors, inks, fabric painting, gouache and computer graphics. Her works have ranged from graphic designs such as magazine layouts, catalogs, folders, CD covers, book covers, brochures and more, to calligraphy and illustrations.
Judaic themes, Israeli landscapes and cityscapes figure prominently in her work.
All of Ruth Rudin’s Ketubot are made in and ship from Israel and at a cost of $35. Rush shipping from Israel is $85 and is recommended for weddings under 4 weeks away from the time of order.
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