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Wedding Rituals

09-1 Beloveds Ketubah by Mickie Caspi Humanist text for secular, interfaith or non-Jewish wedding rituals

Wedding Rituals differ by culture, country and customs. According to the NY Times, a “traditional Indian wedding can last days, and rituals include the bride kicking over a pot of rice and dance competitions between Team Bride and Team Groom.” Further, the Times reports that part of the ritual includes the bride and groom circling […]

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Jewish Art Calendar Video by Mickie 2017

Jewish Art Calendar 2017 by Mickie Caspi Front Cover

Although the Jewish New Year is still a month away, the new Jewish Art Calendar by Mickie for 2017 is available and ready for your enjoyment. Click on the Post Title to View the Actual Video Or view the Jewish Art Calendar Video at our Google+ Page #mickiecaspi #caspicardsandart #judaica #ketubah #ketubot #jewishart #jewishpride #calendar […]

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Website Renovation

Website Renovation

Website Renovation? Oy vey! Renovating a website can be worse than renovating a kitchen. At first, nobody knows exactly what they want the website to look like or what they want it to do. Then, everyone has a very concrete idea of what they want the website to look like – but not only are […]

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Same Sex Ketubah Text

Same Sex Ketubah Text - Commitment Vows

Same Sex Ketubah Text by Mickie Caspi The New York Times posted an article to the web, The Composer Andrew Lippa on the Upper West Side, By Joanne Kaufman on September 4, 2015. (A print version of this article appears on September 6, 2015, on page RE4 of the New York edition with the headline: […]

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Hillel Quote in US Presidential Race

Whether or not you are a fan of Bernie Sanders, how often do we see a Jewish candidate for President of the United States? And how often do we hear the Jewish Sage, Hillel, paraphrased by that candidate’s wife, as Jane Sanders recently did? In a NY Times article covering a rally in Dubuque Iowa, Mrs. Sanders was interviewed. When asked why Mr. Sanders was attracting so many people, she added: “Because if not now, when? And if not him, who?”

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#tbt Mickie

In 1990, Mickie created a work of art as a birthday gift for her mother. To honor her mom, Mickie incorporated Thelma’s original Parasha (Vayeshev) in a setting filled with bold, reddish-pinkish flowers on a luxurious blue background. Thelma was an artist in her own right, creating huge canvases filled with bright colors, shapes and […]

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Mickie Caspi Ketubah Info

Mickie Caspi Working in her Studio

Mickie Caspi Ketubah MAZEL TOV ON YOUR WEDDING! A Mickie Caspi Ketubah is often the first work of art purchased by a couple as they embark upon a life together. All of my designs are original watercolor and/or gouache illuminations that are printed on fine archival modigliani paper in Israel using an offset lithographic process. […]