Meet The Artist: Sharon Rotman

Born just outside of Toronto, Canada, Sharon moved to Israel when she was 17 and was immersed in the culture. She finished high school, the military, and attended Shenkar College for Graphic and New Media Design. After working for a period at an advertising agency, Sharon decided to return to Canada, where she worked in […]

Meet The Artist: Talia Saghian of The Ketubist

Originally from Houston, Texas, Talia Saghian moved to Los Angeles four years ago. A designer by training, she has worked in commercial architecture and creative design, and recently launched her own small business, the Ketubist. Talia and her husband, Zach, got married last year. She is passionate about beautiful buildings, inspiring design, great art, and […]

Meet The Artist: Sarah of Beloved Ketubah

Sarah is a studio artist who draws and paints customized ketubah designs and fine art for her patrons. She attended the Ontario College of Art and Design and SUNY Albany, and holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Art from Montclair University. She has taught drawing, painting, and contemporary Art and Aesthetics to students up to […]

Meet The Artist: Britt Yudell of BRITcolors

Britt Yudell’s unique fusion of rare watercolor styles, bright colors and traditional embroidery has caught the eye of people around the world – helping to shape an entirely new and refreshing take on Ketubahs. Britt was born in Jerusalem to a pair of professional artists and began creating and selling works at a very young […]

Meet The Artist: Edwin Aaronson of Windthrow

My name is Edwin Aaronson and my brand is called Windthrow. My twin sister, Stephanie, and I work together to supply couples with an interactive process of designing their Ketubah. Using a range of different mediums we achieve unique results, which vary depending on what it is the engaged couple wants to portray. Working through […]

Meet The Artist: Melody of Ketubahs by MM

With roots in fine art and Judaic studies, Melody has been making art since childhood. When she is not working on her art, she is either planning her next best project, learning how to become a better person, and spending time with her favorite people. Her goals with her art is to express herself and […]

Meet The Artist: Rachel Marks of Tallulah Ketubahs

Tallulah Ketubahs was started by Rachel Marks, a lifelong artist and graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art. She began making ketubahs when she and her husband were married in 2009. They wanted something beautiful and unique, and couldn’t find exactly what they were looking for in the traditional places, so Rachel decided to create […]

Meet The Artist: Naomi Broudo of Fresh Ketubah

Naomi Broudo is a seasoned graphic designer, focusing her current art practice on creating inclusive archival family heirlooms for Jewish and Jew-ish life cycle events including weddings, baby namings, bat/bar mitzvahs. Naomi works out of her home office in Brooklyn, New York and travels the world looking for Jewish inspiration that informs her work. Her […]