Suzy Friedman Fine Art - An Acclaimed Fine Artist Specializing In Judaica Art, Painted Landscapes, and Still Life

Jewish Art


The many designs of Ketubot are inspired by both the spiritual beauty of the Jewish wedding ceremony; and by love as expressed by the abundance of exquisite flowers and symbols of nature. Any text can be accommodated in any of the designs. Ketubot can also be ordered in 2 sizes. (Approx. 13”x18” and 18”x22”). Also, some of the designs reflect elements of a Jewish home and the many Jewish holidays that are celebrated throughout the year.

These designs have also been ordered by those wishing to commemorate a significant wedding anniversary.
All ketubot are high-quality giclee prints.

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Baby certificates

Baby certificates are time-treasured gifts for the newborn. The Hebrew and English names are printed in the art as well as the baby’s weight, date, time of birth or other significant baby facts! They are sold unframed. A meaningful addition for the baby’s room.

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Judaic prints

Judaica art prints are noteworthy additions to religious art collections.

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Torah Portions

This illustrated series represents each of the weekly torah portions. Each giclee print is 16 1/2 by 22 inches framed and personalized with the name (in Hebrew and English) of the bar or bat mitzvah, the date and place of the ceremony. This gift makes a beautiful and meaningful commemoration of a special event.

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Ark Curtains

Ark curtains created in the same manner as the silk in the Torah mantles. They are lined and weighted to drape beautifully when opened and closed. They can be created to correspond to the design of the Torah mantles.

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Atarot, Tallit & Tallit cases

Atarot and tallit are created using symmetrically hand-dyed silk so that when worn, the color is consistent throughout. The design is then drawn on the silk with a fine fabric pen and painted in many layers with fabric paint. The atarah can be personalized with a Hebrew name at the neck portion. Finally, the atarah is sewn on a wool crepe tallit that is embellished with the colors of the atarah in the striping.

Tallit cases are also carefully hand-dyed and are designed to reflect the color and design of the tallit itself. Each case—approximately 10 “x12”— is lined and with a zipper closing.

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