Once under the chuppah, the bride slowly circles the groom. There are multiple and diverse explanations for this ancient custom. Amongst them is the idea that the bride is figuratively building the walls of the couple’s new home. As well, the concept that the bride will protect her husband from harm.
With hearts aflame, the young couple join in prayer. Whispered supplications are fervently expressed, the journey ahead of them full of hope and joy.
In this silhouette, Esther captures the moment of a young man, and his beloved, oblivious to their surroundings, taking the first steps into eternity together.
All giclées are sold unframed.
Pen and ink.