David Moss ketubah book sales benefit Jewish Federation

Moss Ketubot

By special arrangement with Bet Alpha Editions, the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton will sell Love Letters, a book featuring the ketubah art of David Moss.

Proceeds from the book will benefit the Jewish Federation’s cultural arts programs.

From his pioneering work in the late 1960s, reviving the tradition of creating illuminated ketubot, Dayton native Moss has forged new directions in Jewish art.

In 1984, he completed the Moss Haggadah, considered by many to be the finest modern Haggadah. Recently, he has been helping institutions infuse their architecture with Jewish meaning and beauty.

He also has collaborated with Noah Greenberg on the Tree of Life Shtender. Moss lives and works in Jerusalem with his wife, Rosalyn, and his children and grandchildren.

The Love Letters book, together with a portfolio of seven prints of the marriage blessings, comes in a cloth-covered clamshell box. It is offered at $200. A wedding edition of the book, signed by Moss, is available in leather binding for $360.

For more information, contact Joan Mayrer at JMayrer@jfgd.net.

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