Reza Abedi was born in Bahman in 1356 in Shahrdahgh, which is part of Isfahan province. In addition to his high school education, he began learning the art of penmanship in the presence of Professor Rajab Ali Rai in 1371. Zia learned. The variety of work in terms of style, size, material and volume is one of the distinctive characteristics of his art. His taste and great interest in this art made him continue to work as a penman in addition to teaching at the university and being a member of the city council. His educational activities include teaching at Isfahan University of Arts and being a trainer for the training course of the Isfahan Handicrafts Organization. The presentation of his Ashura work on the day of “Isfahan, the World Handicrafts City” at the International Handicrafts Exhibition 2016 in Tehran with the presence of The three respected vice-presidents of cultural heritage, handicrafts and tourism. The construction and installation of Sardis by Ostad Rajab Ali Rai in the Boulevard of Ostad Rai in Shahrdahgh, receiving two national awards for the quality of handicrafts, invitation and participation in the first international festival of handicrafts from the government.