Artist Saber discovered his artistic gift at an early age in elementary school when he was asked to do chalk drawing demonstrations in the classrooms by his teacher.
Saber grew up in a family of artists. His father was a portrait and calligraphy master and his brothers were talented but none of them pursued an art career.
Later in high school Saber was invited to join his art teacher in his studio as an apprentice during the summer vacations. Then, after some training a demand for his art developed starting mostly from relatives and neighbors for local landscapes and portraits.
Saber took some summer art classes from talented artists. He gained a lot of knowledge that improved his painting skills. However most of his learning came from painting outdoors.
By painting on location he was able to capture many aspects of the landscape as the light changed during the day and the seasons. Nature was and still his best teacher.
Artist Saber attracted a big crowd every time he did a painting demonstration in public. Many of his paintings where sold to people walking by and only a handful in a gallery long time ago.
In 2004 he pushed his seascapes toward surrealism and experimented with that aspect of surreal landscapes involving water and clouds interactions. He even animated some of them using his computer software. For a few years he was very interested in animated art with its constantly changing forms and colors.