Tzipi Biran was born in 1957 in Israel. She lives and works in her home in Kfar-Saba.


In 2000 Tzipi changed the course of her life, left her managerial position in a high-tech company and began studying the art of sculpting. Tzipi graduated with honors from the College of Art in Jaffa where she studied for a year. In the following year she studied with the sculptor Daniel Baharir and learned diverse molding techniques. In 2005 she studied stone sculpting with a master at the Indian artist village 'Mahamaliform'.


Tzipi creates her sculpture from tara cota and from stones, and molds most of her sculptures by herself from artificial marble, polyester resins, plaster and bronze. In her works, Tzipi tries to express the feminine experience as a complete individual that is constantly engaged in fulfilling her independence and femininity. Parallel to this, Tzipi emphasizes the potential of a harmonious and holistic connection within a nourishing, supporting and creative relationship between a couple, a promoting and protective partnership within a spiritual and physical connection. The figures in her works are like the dance of life in which the steps of one are adjacent, connecting, opposing, and supporting to that of others, creating a changing and constant movement.