Having gotten her formal training as an artist, ketubah artist Rochelle Frank worked in the graphics field for most of her career. Because she grew up in Israel, she has always leaned towards creating Judaic art and since she and her husband moved to the beautiful coastal city of Savannah, GA, Frank has been creating ketubot (plural of ketuba, ketubah).
From Rochelle Frank:
All our ketubot start out as original works of art. Inspiration comes almost on a daily basis and it can come from anywhere. I was looking through the daily newspaper one morning and a wonderful idea came to me. I walk through my garden on a regular basis and just viewing the current flowering plants can spark a new design. Once the idea has gelled, creating the actual art may take a month to develop and at other times the muse hits and its almost immediate. Either way, the artwork goes through a rigorous procedure before it becomes an official ketubah option on our site.