Papercut - Shivat HaMinim (Version II)
In this design, the Shivat Haminim (seven fruits of Israel) symbolize the Land of Israel as well as the cycle of a year in the Jewish calendar. Pomegranates are ripe at Rosh Hashana, Barley is the Omer offering brought on Pesach which also serves as a sign of Spring as it is the first grain to ripen. Shavuot is represented by the bikkurim that was brought on this holiday. Shavuot is the end of the barley and the beginning of the wheat harvest. Sukkot is represented by the arbah minim ~ borrowing the lulav from the palm of the sheva minim. The circular motif of this design serves as a symbol of Life.
Size - 34cm x 34 cm - Framing is NOT included.
Material - Papercut, Canson paper mounted on a background
We are more than excited to offer you this stunning, magnificent, and elaborate collection of Ketubah hand-made by award-winning calligrapher, artist, and designer, Micol.
Micol is a papercut artist and calligrapher who creates meaningful works of fine art and ketubah designs for clients all over the world.
Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Micol currently lives in Israel where she works from a home studio overlooking the beautiful and historic Judean Hills. Micol is continually inspired by the nature and beauty of the land.
As a visual artist, what Micol finds most rewarding is partnering with her clients to design one-of-a-kind papercut works of art that are both beautiful and deeply imbued with personal meaning. It is her mission to bring your vision to life.