Forest Sanctuary Ketubah
by Linda Frimer
Trees are vertical connectors between heaven and earth, symbolic of growth, grounded in earth and reaching toward the sky. In ancient days, trees were worshiped as living spirits. There were sacred groves of respite and sanctuary. The tree is symbolic of striving, of the force of life, the forest, a place of reception, rejecting no-one and nothing. There are two ways to love and honor creation. One is through our good deeds in the midst of humanity, and the other is in our reverence and care for our natural world.
Ketubah Artist Bio
Linda Dayan Frimer is an acclaimed Vancouver artist who has been intimately involved in world, Jewish, and Canadian national, cultural artistic pursuits. She creates commemorative, educational, cultural, and esthetically moving artistic works. Since 1982, her paintings have formed a part of many significant collections and have benefited countless organizations. These include The Vancouver Art Gallery, Canadian Cancer Society, Simon Wiesenthal Centre and Jewish Women International. Linda’s artistic vision is continuously evoked by the vital inseparable forces of nature and culture.