Sunshine | Jessica Fine

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Dimensions: Artwork/Paper | Limited Edition Print Run
ketubah4less: 18" x 12.25"/19.5" x 14" | 850
Standard: 23.5" x 16"/25" x 18" | 350

Filtering sunlight on ancient stone steps are as the ancient and sacred traditions of marriage. Each step symbolizes the growth of the bond between husband and wife. The ancient stones form a solid foundation on which to build a union of souls.

Many of Jessica's most recent works are inspired by her travels in Israel and by the beauty of nature. An award-winning artist, she uses pastel lamination and underpainting techniques to make her pieces "glow."
Jessica Fine is an award-winning and much-published pastel artist -- her work can be seen in the December 2000 issue of The Artist's Magazine and more recently in the August 2003 issue of American Artist -- with representation in private and corporate collections throughout the world.

The impressionist style of her work has grown from much experimentation with methods and materials. Through the use of underpaintings in oil, watercolor, acrylic and airbrush colors, there is a richness that develops as the colors of the final lamination of pastels are applied. Interpreting memories of a scene or subject -- and interweaving her emotional, intellectual and religious ties to Judaism and Israel -- is the basis of her methodology. Adding a love of poetry and the richness of color, one sees the sensual visual language of her art.

"Many of my ketubah [designs] didn't start out to be ketubah," says Jessica. They became ketubot because they all have one thing in common, according to the artist. "The fact they are appropriate, and there's a connection in terms of a couple moving forward together."

Jessica continues, "There's a beauty in commitment, and [I] try to say that with beautiful work."
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