Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tali earned a B.A. and M.A. in Business and Psychology from Tel Aviv University. In 2004, she moved to the USA, and currently resides in Walnut Creek, California.
Tali has studied glass, taking workshops at Pilchuck Glass School, WA, Corning Museum of glass, NY, Northlands Creative Glass, Scotland UK, Pittsburgh Glass Center, PA and Bullseye Resource Centers in Oregon, New Mexico and California.
She attended two professional residencies at Pilchuck glass school in 2014 and 2017. In 2016 she was invited to a residency at North Lands Creative Glass, Scotland, UK.
Her work was selected as a finalist at The International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa Japan in 2016. She is the first prize winner of The Glass Prize 2017 international competition, UK.
Her work was selected for the New Glass Review 39, publishes by Corning Museum of Glass.
In 2019 her second solo exhibition “Longing for the (Home)land” opened at Bullseye Gallery in the Bay Area, California. In February 2020 she has curated an exhibition called “Paticles” at Abrams Claghorn Gallery in Albany, CA.
Her work is included in numerous private collections and has been exhibited in national and international galleries and museums such as The Imagine Museum in Florida, Boise art museum in Idaho, Grand Rapids Art Museum in Michigan Eretz Israel Museum in Tel Aviv, Israel and Tacoma Museum of Glass, WA.
The ever-changing life of the land, in particular that of Israel, where I was born, and that of my present home in Northern California, inspires me. As an immigrant, I search for connection between the land and my internal landscape of memory. These landscapes, simultaneously intimate and vast, come together in my work.
Hope, loss, memory and the fleetingness of time are recurring themes in my work. I strive to create intimate spaces that speak of our emotional existence and this ephemeral journey that is life: to tell a story of fragility and strength, vulnerability and resilience.