Nathan Singer, a native of New Jersey, has lived in Los Angeles for over 30 years. He was 20 years old when he found his way to art and the Philadelphia art community. He took art classes at the esteemed Fleisher Art Memorial and the Philadelphia College of Art. Art galleries in Philadelphia represented his work and sold many of his pieces.
His style spans several different art approaches. He enjoys a Japanese influence in his life studies.
He is a pioneer in mixing photography with various digital programs to create an image that transcends commercial to fine art. He has used this technique to transcend the political and create a person-to-person feeling about special places in Israel. He also highlighted special places in New York and Los Angeles.
When Nathan moved to Los Angeles, he associated with the prestigious Barnsdall Art Center.
He has rented and sold his work at the Los Angeles Museum Art Rental Gallery.
He continues to sell and donate his work with proceeds going to local charities including Hollywood Council for the Arts. At his recent Retrospective Show at MRG Fine Art Gallery,
he received the Undiscovered Master Award, given by The ARTery USA.