Reza Qadiran was born on December 14, 1342 in Isfahan city, he is married and has three children. He started painting with his father when he was 9 years old, of course, along with studying. At the age of 17, he started working independently. Because he was very interested in penmanship, he quickly progressed in his work and by getting inspiration and watching the historical works of Isfahan such as the paintings of the Forty Columns, Imam Mosque and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and studying art books such as the works and designs of the famous masters of the past Isfahan)) tried to improve his works. In 1972 and 1973, he was invited to present his works in several foreign and domestic exhibitions, which was very successful. Also, in 2013, a commemorative stamp was printed on the occasion of Handicrafts Day from one of his works. which is now kept with some of his other works in the Contemporary Handicrafts Museum of Tehran. He taught penmanship to students at Kashan Art University and Isfahan Art Academy for one or two courses. He has been working professionally for 36 years now. He works in different calligraphy styles, which include: Safavid and Qajar style, Achaemenid, Sassanid style, Persepolis design, flower and chicken, harp and slimi, embossing and embossing. He works on copper, silver, He works in brass and gold, of course, most of his works are on silver, and work on smooth copper or silver plaques and voluminous vessels such as vases, tangs, chocolate bars, boxes, tea sets, etc.