Maryam Salour (born 1954, Tehran) is an Iranian sculptor, ceramist, and painter. She moved to London after high school to study computer science (1974–75) and continued her education in the field of computer science in Ecole Superieure des Informatiques, Paris, France (graduated in 1980). During the period of 1984–80 she worked at Khayat Publishing in Paris as a calligrapher, line art designer, and workshop supervisor. In 1986 she attended the courses of Ceramic Studies at Academy de Savigny in Paris.
She is one of the first modern artists in Iran to make modern pottery sculptures which has led to painting in the continuity of work with various materials. Her paintings are made by sculpture materials, which fade the boarders between these two media.
Maryal Salour has held about 23 solo exhibitions, including in Iran, United States, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, and has taken part in 24 group exhibitions, including in Iran, UAE, Germany, France, the US, and Venezuela. She has been the director of the 8th Iranian National Biennial of Ceramic Arts in Tehran (2006).