Together as One
It’s hard to describe this painting as the beautiful imagery in it says it all. This serene painting will make a beautiful addition to any room.
Acrylic on canvas.
This painting is exclusively available as an Original Painting. Reproductions or prints will NOT be available.
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About This Painting
The serious nature of the chuppah ceremony is perfectly conveyed in Together as One. In this two-piece set, the bride and groom stand together under the chuppah. Under this tent, the Jewish bride and groom are officially wed and united under God as one. During the chuppah ceremony, it is customary for the bride, groom, and wedding guests to cry profusely. Jewish weddings are taken very seriously, and it is important that everyone present acknowledges the seriousness of what is taking place. Under the chuppah, the bride and groom do not wear jewelry or any tied knots. The wedding canopy symbolizes the tent of Sarah and Abraham which was always open to guests. In this painting, the bride and groom are at the center of attention and the focus is on the meaningful bond that just occurred between them. Together as One speaks to the serious, somber side of the wedding that is just as important as the fun dancing and singing.