Born in Paris, France
She was 20 years old when she opened her painting studio in Paris
In 1978, she left France to live in Los Angeles
In 1984, she experienced the awesome Nature in Africa.
Developed her interest for printmaking and photography at U.C.L.A, California
In North England, she experimented one of the best printmaking workshop in Europe
Opened a gallery in South of France, Nice in the 90’s
Went back to America, 2000
In 2009, she founded the Jewish Art Center in Miami, Florida
In 2013, she settled in Jerusalem, Israel
American-israeli artist S.L.S. (“sarah l. Singer”) takes lush and mesmerizing photographs of landscapes and natural details, from the drooping contours of ancient rock formations, to the unexpected features of aquatic plants and flowers.
Her concern with themes of permanence and mortality in the environment stem from long periods spent in Kenya and California. These themes are echoed in the very materiality of her photographs, by using metallic paper in her special series, underlining the works’ elemental subject matter.
These explorations of temporality in nature take on an incredible range of forms and styles, from broad landscape imagery to incredibly tight and focused botanical photography. Her palette is similarly versatile, ranging from bold, tropical tones to pared-down black and white compositions.
She highlights patterns and textures, alternately focusing viewers’ attention on grooved stone masses or slick water lily leaves, all the while isolating irregularities and intriguing details that reward close observation.
The resulting images make exquisite use of light and negative space to offer breathtakingly fresh glimpses of nature.