Jerusalem-born Noam Shargorodsky is passionate about art, and she is
passionate about Judaism – and she loves sharing these two central
aspects of her life in a way that brings new beauty to the world.
Noam draws inspiration for her artwork from authentic Jewish texts and
Israeli landscapes. She particularly enjoys incorporating scenes of
Jerusalem – especially the Old City of Jerusalem and the Western Wall,
which has been the epicenter of Jewish prayers, hopes, and dreams for
thousands of years. When she is not busy designing and painting Ketubah artwork,
Noam and her husband Shaul are busy with their own family – raising their two daughters, Ruth and Elisheva, in their Jerusalem home.



Some of Noam’s art is inspired by biblical narratives, which she has studied
in-depth in the original Hebrew. She likes to incorporate traditional Jewish
motifs such as the “Seven Species of the Land of Israel” – for example, by
including depictions of olive branches and bunches of grapes in her work.
Noam views each Ketubah artwork she creates as a unique spiritual
resource. She believes the beginning of married life is a special opportunity
– a time to explore the kind of home you want to create, the type of
relationship you want to build, and the values you want to express within
the family.


Each Ketubah Noam designs – which is imbued with Jewish meaning – is
symbolic of your own goals and values. As a beautiful piece of art on your
wall, the Ketubah can continue to be a trigger for thought and discussion
about your family’s growth and development, for years to come. 

Noam’s art involves using oils, watercolors, and 23k genuine gold leaf
techniques to produce a museum-quality piece that is both modern and
traditional – a creative reformulation of ancient themes.
Many couples and families from a wide range of religious and cultural
backgrounds love the significance of having a beautiful Jewish Ketubah on
the wall. By working together with Noam, you too can create a customized
Jewish Ketubah that your family will cherish for many years to come.