Since 1985, Amy Fagin has created "illuminated manuscripts as contemporary art." Her body of work explores and re-defines the fundamentals of manuscript illumination as a thoroughly contemporary art form. Ms Fagin’s Ketubot are challenging fine art objects and are proud to be part of collections worldwide. Her signature compositions draw on world art history to inform her compositions.
Amy Fagin's Ketubot are available as limited edition giclee print reproductions. They are printed at her Massachusetts studio on Bright White Smooth 100% archival rag paper with a 315 gm weight using Epson’s most advanced ink tested for light fastness for 100 years. Giclee images are exquisite in color and razor sharp in detail.