Lotus Mandala – Layered
Art By Lori Loebelsohn
The “mandala” was originally used as a symbol from Buddhist and Hindu religious traditions, but the mandala has since become a universal symbol in Western religions as well. The word “mandala” means circle and it has become a symbol of the spiritual universe. Carl Jung described the mandala as, “the psychological expression of the totality of the self”. Marriage is like a circle. This spiritual circle is a reminder that the couple changes throughout their lives, but are always spiritually connected. On a macrocosmic level, the mandala reminds us that we are part of a cycle that is bigger and grander than our individual selves
Our paper ketubahs (papercut ketubahs included) are printed on cold press, acid free art paper, the standard in artistic reproductions. This paper is slightly textured and can be ordered with or without name printing.
16" x 16"
Four separate copies of the artwork are created and each layer is cut with extreme precision to create four intricate and distinct levels. A special adhesive and foam boarding is used to separate the levels, creating a layered, multidimensional effect. Please note that 3 weeks are required for the production of this Ketubah.
Similar Types of Ketubahs
Ketubahs have always stood the test of time, but now they come to life in a whole new way. These Ketubahs will amaze you in person as they lift right off the page, literally. The details of the design are heightened with depth and intricacy. Cut with precision for a beautiful effect, each print is created to bring you the highest quality, multidimensional ketubah. A layered Ketubah magnifies the beauty of the artwork, which you will enjoy for years to come.
About the Artist
Lori Loebelsohn is an artist and an educator. She specializes in creating paintings that mark life’s sacred occasions such as B’nai Mitzvahs, weddings and other rites of passage. She has just completed a series of ketubahs that depict symbolic imagery and universal themes. Lori studied painting at the Cooper Union and Parsons School of Design. Based in New Jersey, Lori has also illustrated adult and children’s books and has created paintings for numerous private clients.
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