Tamar Ben Saul, born 1962, lives and creates in Ramat HaSharon. Ben Saul is a graduate of the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program in Interactive Telecommunication from NYU (1994), has a BA in Fine Art from Bezalel (1987), and is a licensed teacher of art from Kibbutzim College of Education.
In recent years Ben Saul collaborates closely with curator Revital Ben Asher Peretz. Tamar Ben Saul works are mostly made up of oil on canvas paintings and pictorial installations. Her works present a figurative, naturalistic point of view that carries with it symbolic meanings. Ben Saul uses images that have been widely treated in art and culture, and have a certain consensus reading attached to them. She explores these readings from a personal point of view, which in turn affects their cultural and social reading.
Tamar Ben Saul took part in numerous group and solo exhibitions in Israel, among them a solo exhibition in Beit Binyamini in Tel-Aviv in 2012.