Gin­ny Reel is the fan­tas­tic artist be­hind the col­lec­tion of art­work of Ke­tubah-Arts. Hav­ing a back­ground in art and paint­ing, she de­cid­ed to com­bine that pas­sion with the an­cient tra­di­tion of Ke­tubot — and she has done so seam­less­ly. From cus­tom pieces to mod­ern prints, her web­site has a style for many tastes!

What Noah and I both no­ticed about Gin­ny’s web­site is how user friend­ly it is. Very sim­ply set up, how­ev­er has enough in­for­ma­tion about her busi­ness plus gor­geous ke­tubot that you just want to keep search­ing and search­ing. She has tons of dif­fer­ent texts and is ex­treme­ly flex­i­ble when it comes to her clien­t’s wish­es. All of her texts come with the op­tion of He­brew and Eng­lish, as well as Ara­ma­ic for more Or­tho­dox or tra­di­tion­al texts. For those who have their own cus­tom text that they wish to in­clude, Gin­ny is more than hap­py to ac­com­mo­date to that as well. She al­so gives the op­tion of pa­per or can­vas for the ma­jor­i­ty of her ke­tubah!

Ke­tubah-Arts has quite a large Ke­tubot col­lec­tion — every­thing from clas­sic wa­ter col­or ke­tubot with tra­di­tion­al im­agery to more mod­ern and min­i­mal­ist de­sign. Her wide se­lec­tion not on­ly is a tes­ta­ment to her artis­tic skill, but to her wide amount of ex­pe­ri­ence and ded­i­cat­ed prac­tice.