AAstudio

Ketubahs and Fine Art by Anna Abramzon

Houston, Texas · 603 Sales

AAstudio

Ketubahs and Fine Art by Anna Abramzon

Houston, Texas 603 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   Hi, I'm Anna Abramzon --- Welcome to to my studio! My art has been shown in galleries in New York, Chicago, Connecticut, Houston, Miami Beach, Galveston, St. Paul, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa.

Thanks for stopping by! Take a stroll through the shop to find modern ketubahs, baby naming certificates, blessings, invitations, and illustrations for children, most of which can be customized with text in English, Hebrew, Spanish, Russian or any combination of those languages.

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Last updated on Feb 1, 2017

Hi, I'm Anna Abramzon --- Welcome to to my studio! My art has been shown in galleries in New York, Chicago, Connecticut, Houston, Miami Beach, Galveston, St. Paul, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa.

Thanks for stopping by! Take a stroll through the shop to find modern ketubahs, baby naming certificates, blessings, invitations, and illustrations for children, most of which can be customized with text in English, Hebrew, Spanish, Russian or any combination of those languages.

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About

Hi I'm Anna! I make art and drink coffee. A lot.

Welcome to my Etsy shop! The story of my studio started with a love story.

I was fresh out of art school when I moved to Jerusalem, Israel, in search of adventure and inspiration --- and very quickly I found someone who would inspire me for the rest of my life: my husband, Patricio. Patricio had recently moved to Israel from Argentina. We got engaged 6 days after I arrived in Israel! My parents almost had heart attacks.

The first ketubah and wedding invitation I ever painted was for my own wedding. I felt so inspired by my new surroundings, coupled with my new found romance! It was only natural to channel all this inspiration into art. I didn’t come from a background of creating “Jewish art." In fact I had always been a figurative painter. After our wedding, I started getting calls from other couples, friends and friends of friends, asking if I would create ketubahs, invitations and other wedding artwork for them. And that’s how my studio was born.

I create modern, whimsical art with a twist. My artwork aims to capture the spirit and beauty of traditional motifs, while combining it with a fresh, contemporary perspective. My favorite part of running my Etsy shop is working with clients one on one to make the perfect piece of art for them.

My work has been shown in galleries in Chicago, New York, Haifa, Jerusalem, Galveston, Houston, Tel Aviv, Connecticut, Miami Beach, and St. Paul. Patricio and I live in Houston, Texas with our daughters, Alma and Suri, who always keep us on our toes.

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  • Anna

    Owner, Artist

    I started drawing before I could walk. I have a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I am usually covered in paint and I don't always remember to brush my hair. I speak 3 and a half languages.

  • Patricio

    Hebrew Text Specialist, Hubby

    Patricio is a journalist and more importantly, Anna's husband. He helps Anna fill in the ketubah texts, because his Hebrew is way better than hers and because he is an awesome hubby.

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Last updated on Dec 28, 2016
Frequently asked questions

Custom and personalized orders

Ketubahs, blessings, and certificates WITH personalization usually ship 2-5 business days of receiving approval of the digital proof. When you place your order, I will email you a quick form to fill out with all the information I will need to fill in your ketubah text. Once I receive the filled in form back from you, I will create a digital proof of your ketubah within a week. Once you and your rabbi or officiant approves the digital proof, it will ship within 2-5 business days.

How do you ship your art?

Ketubahs, marriage certificates and baby naming certificates in the continental US ship with FedEx Ground, which takes 2-4 business days. Ketubah, marriage certificates and baby naming certificate orders to Canada ship via Purolator, which also takes 2-4 business days.

Blessings, small prints and kids art ships with USPS.

IN-STOCK ITEMS:

Normally ship within 2-5 business days of receiving your order.

KETUBAHS:

Ketubahs without personalization ship within 2-5 business days of receiving your order.

Do you accomodate rush orders and is there a charge?

I don’t charge a rush order fee, however we may need to send it 2-day or overnight, which does cost more than Ground shipping. Please message me before placing a rush order to make sure I can accommodate it (I almost always can!)

How do you package the art?

Most standard size ketubahs are shipped in a box, rolled around a tube. Occasionally smaller size ketubahs are shipped in a flat container. Please note that we do not matte or frame, however all items in my shop are standard frame sizes, so this should make framing inexpensive and easy.

Blessings and kids art are shipped via UPS in Stay Flat envelopes.

What if I find a mistake on my ketubah or what if my ketubah arrives damaged?

If you order a customized ketubah, you will receive a digital proof of the ketubah text. This is your opportunity to check it and make corrections. Once you approve the digital proof, any spelling errors, grammar, typos, etc., will be your responsibility. If you find a mistake on the ketubah that you missed during the proofing process, please contact us within 2 weeks and we can create a ketubah re-print for you, but you will be responsible for the cost of printing and shipping.

If any damage occurs during shipping, please message me as soon as you receive the package. Please take photos of the damaged item AND the damaged packaging. I will make sure that you receive a replacement as soon as possible.

How do I order a ketubah?

This is how the ketubah ordering process works:

1. You choose which ketubah you like.

2. You choose the size of the ketubah.

3. You choose the text you would like.

4. You decide if you want the text filled in. If you do, please add the ketubah fill-in listing to your order.

5. You check out and purchase your ketubah.

6. If you choose to have your ketubah personalized, we will email you a form to fill out with all the information we need within 24 hours of receiving your order.

7. Once we gather all the information we need, we will email you a proof of what your ketubah will look like. You can check it over and show it to your rabbi or officiant.

8. Once you approve the proof, we will print it and send it out to you within a week.

Common Ketubah Questions:

What texts do you offer?

We offer Reform, Egalitarian, Orthodox Aramaic, Conservative, Interfaith and Same Sex texts. Please send me a convo and I will send you texts to choose from.

What if I want my ketubah to be only in Hebrew or only in English?

I can make all the ketubahs with English or Hebrew or both. You can choose these options next to each item.

How do I know what text to choose?

You should choose a text that you and your fiancé feel a connection to. If you are not sure which type of text is best for you, speak to your Rabbi or officiant.

We are an interfaith couple. Do you have any texts that will work for us?

Absolutely!