...and My Beloved is Mine II | Micah Parker

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Dimensions: Artwork/Paper | Limited Edition Print Run
ketubah4less: 12.5" x 13.5"/14" x 15.25" | 950
Standard: 19.5" x 21"/21" x 23" | 500

In "?and My Beloved is Mine" by Micah Parker, two interconnected rings are surrounded by delicate ornamentation in this classic ketubah that incorporates antique elements of European renaissance and Persian design. In the center of each ring is the popular wedding phrase from the Song of Songs, "I am my beloved?s, and my beloved is mine" one ring in English, the other the Hebrew "Ani l'dodi v'dodi li. The ketubah text is in a complimentary color with the placement of the English text in the upper right corner and the Hebrew in the lower left. The background of the ketubah has the look of deckle edge, tan parchment. This design is a beautiful representation of the double ring ceremony in which both partners exchange rings to symbolize their mutual respect of one another, the wholeness achieved through marriage, and their hope for an unbroken bond and lifetime commitment. The interconnection of the two rings tenderly signifies the union of two lives forever entwined, who both retain their own individuality but at the same time form a stronger, united soul.
In just a short period of time, Micah Parker has become recognized as a leading ketubah artist with fresh, stunning designs that are unlike any others on the market. His modern interpretation of this traditional art form is being welcomed by today's generation of brides and grooms around the world. One of his ketubah designs, Renaissance, is featured in the Associated American Jewish Museum's traveling exhibition of ketubot, and his work was chosen by a national search firm to be featured on the front cover of a 5760 Hebrew calendar. His artwork has also been featured in several publications and on television during TLC's A Wedding Story.

Micah is originally from Middletown, Ohio. There, he began his endeavors as an artist at the age of three. He moved with his family to Austin, Texas in the early 1980s, where his high school created a new art program to accommodate his desire to learn and the skill he exhibited with acrylics, colored pencils and pastels. As he completed his art education, he was eager to begin his career as an artist. However, at his parents' request, he entered the family manufacturing business. He worked there for 13 years, working his way up from installer to vice president.

After a long hiatus from the art world, he grew anxious to draw and paint again. He had also developed skills in the use of a new medium while working in his parents' business -- computer graphics. In his spare time, he began creating artwork on the computer. Although Micah was not satisfied with creating art on a part-time basis, he had no plans, at that point, to turn his endeavors into a business, particularly given the difficulties in leaving his family's firm. continue reading
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