Tamaz Nutsubidze was born in the city of Gori in 1940. From 1960 to 1969 he was enrolled at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts as a regular student, and later undertook postgraduate studies specializing in artistic textiles. After 1969 he worked as an instructor at the Department of Artistic Textiles, and was also a member of the Georgian Artists' Union. Between 1984 and 1986, Nutsubidze served as Chief Painter at the Artists’ Union. From 1995 to 2002 he was a professor of the Academy of Arts, and held the post of Head of the Department of Artistic Textiles. Beginning from his student days, Nutsubidze was actively involved in decorative works, and regularly participated in republican, all-union and international exhibitions (in Tbilisi, Moscow, Prague, Sofia, Munich, Berlin, Beijing, and New York). His works adorn the interiors of various buildings, and are preserved in museums and private collections both in Georgia and beyond its borders. His solo exhibitions include: Mziuri, Moscow, 1992; Blue Gallery, Tbilisi, 2002; Academy of Arts, Tbilisi, 2010; Gallery Nectar, Tbilisi, 2018; and LC Queisser, Tbilisi, 2021. In 2000, according to the decree of the President of Georgia, Tamaz Nutsubidze was awarded an Order of Honor. He passed away on March 25th, 2002.