This artwork was inspired by the communities that surround the couple. Like a tree or vibrations that emanate from a droplet of water, our lives are formed from concentric circles. In honor of the inspiration for the work, we want to do something tangible to help communities and families.
About Sheva B'rachot:
The first week of marriage is called "Sheva Brachot week" wherein the wedding festival continues beyond the day of the ceremony itself. During this week, a series of small festive get-togethers are held in honor of the couple, and they are called "Sheva Brachot" or Seven Benedictions, referring to the seven blessings recited following the Grace after meals. These seven blessings - the same ones recited under the chuppah - consist mainly of requests for blessing over the newlywed couple and praise for that which allowed for them to meet and marry.
The English translation has been adapted for gender-neutral pronouns.
This piece can be customized for different color palette. Giclée archival print text with collaged handcut mixed media papers adhered to cotton rag fine art paper.
Choose your print by the color, listed by outer-most ring, current options are: Black + White or Turquoise