Miriam Singer grew up in Buffalo, New York, In 2000 she received her BA in Sociology and Studio Art from Brandeis University, and in 2003 her MFA in Painting from Massachusetts College of Art. Since moving to Philadelphia in 2004; Miriam Singer has exhibited at LG Tripp Gallery, Woodmere Art Museum, Space 1026, Friends of the Print and Picture Collection, Art in the Airport, James Oliver Gallery, Gallery Siano, Inliquid at Painted Bride, Art in City Hall, Topstitch, Spector Gallery, Gallery at Minnow, and Padlock Gallery. Singer uses a combination of printmaking and drawing media to create her unique works on paper and designs for public art projects. Noted public art projects with The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program include; Southeast by Southeast, 2013, Under The Clothespin, 2012, and Take Me to the River, 2010. Singers accumulated imagery becomes layered and busy with impressions of the cityscape. Singer currently teaches printmaking part-time at Fleisher Art Memorial and is a member of the artist collective, Space 1026.