A multi color Textile designer graduated from Shenkar college for engineering and design, Israel in 2009 and M.DES from Bezalel academy of Arts and Design 2016.
In 2010, after completing her internship at the studio of the Swedish fashion designer Diana Orving, she opened her textile design studio in Tel Aviv.
Fast, The Studio became a meeting place for industrial, fashion and interior designers searching special, exclusive and unique designs to be amalgamated into their work and creations.
The studio is mainly engaged in the research of new surfaces and prints which are created by exposing various materials such as silk, cotton, linen, paper and leather to various chemical processes causing the material exposed to become something special and yet remain a flexible fabric for various uses.
At the studio Tamar developed the FAPA material- a new surface made by the combination of fabric and paper combined together and is most suitable for the manufacturing of lampshades.
Tamar's prints always seem to be taken of an easel to be worn as a work of art- as appears at her Scarves Collections sold in museums shops and high class boutiques around the world.
The inspiration for her prints comes to Tamar from many sources.
The feeling which comes from inside of her is translated into drawing by using free hand spontaneous watercolors on paper. She never makes sketches. The design composition develops while working on it.
Her Textile Art was exhibited in “Salone De Mobile” Milan, April 2011 and in “Designers Days” Paris, June 2011, as a part of “Promisdesign” project (curated by Vanni Pasca and Ely Rosenberg).
In 2012 Tamar's printed designs won a distinction medal from the Israel museum products company with the project called "from a drawing to a scarf".
Tamar's textiles continues to be
in the space between art and design.