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Simply put, no one can resist a storybook ending, especially one with a gin-u-wine Prince.
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.
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...
Here's perhaps one of the most unfortunate side effects of this financial crunch: It seems that many couples are opting to remain married instead of divorcing—they simply can't afford to divorce...
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