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The chuppah represents the new home, new life of two people bound together by marriage. To me, the chuppah also symbolizes the protection and love of the Creator.
Artist’s Statement: This is a painting of a bride, her guest, and her future mother-in-law at a traditional Jewish wedding in upstate New York.
For the first time in 80 years, Jews in the walled Russian city of Smolensk celebrated a traditional kosher wedding when two local couples held a joint ceremony on the grounds of the Chabad-Lubavitch center. Rabbi Levi Mondshine, director of the center an...
More than 400 people turned out to witness the nuptials of Yavgani Stradovtv and Bela Igorov in Tomsk, Russia’s first-in-a-century traditional Jewish wedding. The ceremony took place beneath a wedding canopy outdoors in the freezing cold.
Artist’s Statement: A Jewish couple under the chuppah, shaped as the trunk of a tree which represents their life together, sustained by the Torah and mitzvahs they’ll live by.
By Tova Raeburn
Artist’s Statement: The reuniting of two neshamas is an awe-inspiring, cosmic event and, on a deeper level, symbolic of the bond between G-d and the Jewish nation.
Artist’s Statement: Jewish wedding painted after seeing a quote from Hitler, “Anyone who sees and paints a sky green and fields blue ought to be sterilized.”
By Sara Seldowitz
Artist's Statement: A Jewish couple under the chuppah (marriage canopy) is the beginning of a new family and entity; a holy moment that links generations of Jews together. We know from the Chassidic masters that the couple's deceased ancestors are spiritu...
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