Sari Srulovitch’s works are known for their meticulous design and clean line. Her Judaica works are mainly made of silver and brass by traditional working techniques such as lifting, hammering and construction. Some are made of aluminum in advanced processing techniques such as machining and laser cuts. Sari’s designs are derived from a deep familiarity with Jewish rituals and customs, yet she gives them a new interpretation.
The works of Sari won numerous awards and are part of the permanent collection of the Israel Museum, Beit Hatfutsot – The Museum of the Jewish People, the Jewish Museum in New York, the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the North Carolina Museum of Art.