Oasis | Valerie Ross

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Dimensions: Artwork/Paper | Limited Edition Print Run
ketubah4less: 12.5" x 15"/14" x 16.5" | 850
Standard: 18.5" x 22"/20" x 24" | 350

Detailed floral, greenery and curved elements tell a story of the Jewish people. The Star of David, the Shofar and the Hanukia are depicted in brilliant colors as a reminder to appreciate the rituals life holds. As individuals share their life together as a couple, their journey includes celebrating this heritage.
Residing in Palm Harbor, Florida, Valerie Ross works in a variety of media, with a focus on pastels, pen and ink and colored pencils, as seen in her brilliantly colored ketubah designs.

Raised in a Jewish home, the symbols of her heritage have always surrounded her, and her creativity was encouraged by her parents from an early age. Designing Jewish New Year cards in black ink and selling them was the starting point of blending symbols and tradition together. Eventually bringing in color and meaning, her drawings became more intricate pieces of artwork that held a significant connection for special milestones.

Valerie Ross is a graduate of Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan, with a B.A. in Liberal Arts. She is a devoted mother and wife, together raising three wonderful children.

Her artwork continues to be created in her studio and much of her works are private pieces in Michigan, Illinois, California and Florida. Pastel wall art is available in Sarasota, Florida.

Designing Ketubbah is a multifaceted project which is challenging in each design phase. From the pencil thought process of symbols, placed harmoniously, to the ink details and beauty of colorization, then finally the placement of words, the artwork comes to life. Each piece is a personal story and beautiful way to express heritage.

"To create a piece of artwork that is pleasing to someone is truly one of the most rewarding feelings."
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Canvas ketubahs and custom texts must be personalized.
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Customization and accessories can be chosen after you add your ketubah to your cart.
Normal Lead time: About 1-2 weeks
Add 2 weeks for canvas and 4 weeks for papercuts.
Framing/Wrapping adds additional time.
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Ketubah Samples
Not sure if this design is right for you? Order a sample print.
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Price of first sample reimbursed with ketubah purchase. Additional samples of other designs only $10. Learn more.
Usually ships in 1-3 business days.

Next Steps
Choose Your Options
Under the Ketubah Options above select the edition type, paper or canvas, your favorite text, personalization, and any framing option. Then click the Add to Cart button.
Follow the Steps
Once you click the Add to Cart button you will go through a series of steps where you can choose more customization options, enter your personalization info, add on any accessories, choose your shipping option, and submit payment.
We'll Review It
We know this a complex product to order with so many options to choose from, so we double check your order for you before your payment gets processed. If there are any issues, we will contact you before we go any further with your order.
You'll Get a Proof
Once we've processed your order we will email you a link to a proof of your ketubah within 1-2 business days, so you can review it with your rabbi or other officiant and make any necessary changes before we print and ship your ketubah to you.
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