Su­san Levi­ton is a Jew­ish Cul­ture work­er who is in­volved in the world of arts and Yid­dish mu­sic. Years of hon­ing her skills has not on­ly led her to many per­son­al achieve­ments, but to a col­lec­tion of ke­tubot that re­al­ly show her tal­ent and at­ten­tion to col­or and de­tail. Her ke­tubot are a large mix of vi­brant col­ors, pa­per­cut, clas­sic paint­ed pieces and even 22K gold touches.

Al­though we loved the huge col­lec­tion of Su­san’s ke­tubot, it lacked a spe­cif­ic di­rec­tion that most ke­tubot artists have on their web­sites. She is in­volved in many cul­tur­al ac­tiv­i­ties and groups (which were re­al­ly awe­some and def­i­nite­ly worth check­ing out!), how­ev­er it was­n’t very clear on how to go about or­der­ing a ke­tubah. That be­ing said, her ke­tubot are some of the most ef­fi­cient­ly de­signed we have seen — her years of ex­pe­ri­ence are com­plete­ly ev­i­dent in her artwork!

Noah and I were es­pe­cial­ly im­pressed with the in­tense de­tail con­tained in her pa­per cut de­signs. Su­san def­i­nite­ly has an eye for de­sign and is an ex­treme­ly tal­ent­ed artist. Her ex­ten­sive back­ground in the Jew­ish cul­ture and var­i­ous forms of artis­tic plat­forms have re­al­ly aid­ed her in cre­at­ing gor­geous ke­tubot. For those with an artis­tic eye look­ing for some­thing a lit­tle more tra­di­tion­al, or even a unique pa­per cut style, Su­san’s work is def­i­nite­ly worth check­ing out!