Kittisak Kaewduk (b.1981) is a co-founder of the Chaopraya Artist Group and currently a lecturer at Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University. He helped develop a curriculum for the new Fine and Applied Arts department and is very active in the development of the local art scene.
Kaewduk received a Master of Fine Arts from Silpakorn University. His sculptural signature is a remarkable transformation of hard material to something reminiscent of a liquid form as a way to represent the human mind. His artworks are a response to social condition and Thailand’s art education system.
He has been part of International and national exhibitions and workshops including Hanoi March Connecting 3rd, University of Industrial Fine Arts, Hanoi (2018), Andaman International Art Exhibition 2018, Andaman Art Museum, Krabi (2018) ‘Thinker – Thinking’, Chamchuri Art Gallery, Bangkok (2017), Akarasilpin Nua Klao, Ratchadamnoen Art Center (2016), Thai Artists 2015: Contemporary Artists Award, Los Angeles (2015). His works were selected as part of The 53rd and 54th National Exhibition of Art (2007-8) and he received a 3rd Prize, sculpture category, 60th year reign Amata Art Award (2006).