“Blessings for Sukkot” (2008) by Galia Goodman is a beautiful presentation of the blessings recited in the sukkah. The original is a traditional papercut with colored paper underlay and ink overlay.
Galia Goodman has been a working artist and calligrapher for over 25 years. Self-taught, her work now hangs in homes, synagogues, churches and universities around the world. She specializes in Judaica, notably Ketubot, and her style is eclectic, ranging from traditional papercut to brilliantly-colored abstract collage. Galia tells us “My favorite collaborations are the banners I have created for The Sukkah Project®”.