Mammed was graduated from the Shota Rustaveli Turkmen State Art College and later from the Uzbekistan State Institute of Arts and Culture. He has taken part in national and international exhibitions and art fairs since 1993. Mammed couldn’t see the other way than the combination of realism with abstract art in his work. Only in this, he recognizes the possibility to find his own peculiarities and to demonstrate the national particular qualities of his nation. The artist works in series, continuously comprehending this or that topic. His first series became ornamental. This conception appeared from 1995 and lasted till 2009, changing together with him. In this series, he has started from ornamental qualities of Turkmen decorative art – felt a mat, carpets, jewelry. The following and the most extensive series has become Nohur. It is the village situated high in the mountains with a specific architecture, with its own traditions and lifestyle. Discovering them the artist started from realistic landscapes, step by step changing series to the abstract manners. The recent series is the style of still life which Mammed works on now. The works are composed of ancient kitchenware, which was used in the traditional life of Turkmens in the past. Each artwork has its own history and meaning.