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Contacting Elaine
about Commissioning a Ketuba
or Other Calligraphic Artwork

If you have a project in mind, it is best to begin with a person-to-person conversation that allows us to dialog about your vision and needs, to see if there is a mutual personal connection, and to determine if you are ready to commission a work of art.

The few images displayed in this site represent only a small sampling of the hundreds of designs I have created over the years. Hopefully, they convey the spirit and quality of my work. Together, we will use the ideas they spark for you to create a design that reflects your own style and taste.

Feel free to give me a call to discuss possibilities whether you are considering commissioning:

• a ketuba for your wedding or anniversary
• a Bar or Bat Mitzvah portion to give as a gift
• a family tree for your parents
• a baby naming certificate
• symbolic artwork honoring a member of an organization
• a wedding invitation or Bar/Bat Mitzvah invitation
• a birth announcement
• English and/or Hebrew Calligraphy for quotations and passages

Should we decide to embark on a project together, technology provides us with many avenues for sharing information effectively. As a former speech/language pathologist, I have learned to listen well. Of course, if you are in the Boston area, meeting in person is a special bonus. I look forward to hearing your ideas.

You can reach me at
(Boston area)
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(The dancing women on this page were drawn using Adobe Illustrator on my computer. They appear on the cover and blurb of the CD, Indwelling Presence, which I designed for the musicians. As with all other art depicted in this web site, please do not copy, print, or reproduce them in any form.) C

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