David Meshulam (1930-1987) was born in Bulgaria, he immigrated to Israel in 1948, fought in the War of Independence and was seriously wounded.
After his military service, he began studying sculpture with the sculptor Moshe Sternschuss, a member of the "New Horizons" group. He also studied at the Art Teachers Academy in Tel Aviv and later at the Avni Institute, among other artists like Yehezkel Streichman and Avigdor Steimatzky. In the 1960s he traveled to France and continued his art studies at the Bazaar in Paris.
Meshulam received several prizes for his work, including the Dizengoff Prize for Painting and the Kolb Award from the Tel Aviv Museum. Meshulam presented his works in a variety of exhibitions, including the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Meshulam's work is unique and extraordinary, mostly surrealistic.