Nalidsa Sukprasert(นริศสา สุขประเสริฐ) was born in 1980 in Bangkok,Thailand. Nalidsa is an award winning self taught artist. In 1992 she was awarded the prestigious Young Thai Artist Achievement Award commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Queen Sirikit of Thailand.In 2002 she was commissioned by the Thai Baan Museum in Ubon Ratchathani to do a large wall mural depicting the daily life of a rural Thai fishing village. In 2009 she was commissioned by The Green World Foundation in Bangkok to do a series of four original acrylic paintings with environmental sustainability as the theme. Nalidsa works in oils, pastels, acrylics, and mixed media to create her folk style art which is often inspired by rural village life, nature and her frequent travels. Her unique and original art has been sold to private art collectors in Thailand, Malaysia, Canada, Australia, Germany, and England. Currently her artworks represent at a2 gallery in Penang, Malaysia.
2002 - “Rivers for Life” at Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand.
2004 - “My Personal” at Passport Gallery, Bangkok.
2011 - 'Think Design Art Festival' at Royal Phuket Marina, Thailand.
2012 - 'See Georgetown One Drawing at a Time' at China House, Penang, Malaysia.
2013 - 'New Works Together' at a2 Gallery, Penang, Malaysia.
2011 - 'These People are Real' at Moon Tree 47 Cafe & gallery, Penang, Malaysia.
2012 - 'Motion of Life' at a2 Gallery, Penang, Malaysia.
2013 - 'Characters' at a2 Gallery, Penang, Malaysia.
2011 - 'the Flute Player' painting sold. Penang's Partners Against Poverty Programme (PAP)
1988 - Certificate of Merit Award for Drawing: Sarasas Pitthaya School, Bangkok.
1989 - Outstanding Achievement Award for Drawing: 25th Anniversary Sarasas Pitthaya School, Bangkok.
1990 - Award for Drawing: Presented by The Minister of Public Health on HIV Prevention for Thai Women Exhibition, Bangkok.
1990 - Award for Drawing: Sarasas Pitthaya School, Bangkok.
1991- Outstanding Achievement Award for Drawing: Presented by Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali and Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha. Thai Art Student Exhibition, Bangkok.
1991- Certificate of Merit Award for The Environmental Conservation Art Exhibition: Presented by The Minister of Thai Creative Association, Bangkok.
1991- Award for Painting “My Father in the Happy Day” : Presented by the Minister of Education Piyanat Watcharapon, Bangkok.
1992 - Third Prize for Drawing onThe Nature and Environment Art Exhibition: Presented by The Treasury Department and Esso Thailand, Bangkok.
1992 - Award for Drawing “Smiling Frog”: Presented by Bangkok Airways, Bangkok.
1992 - Award for Young Thai Artist Achievment commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Queen Sirikit: Presented by The Governor of Railway Department of Thailand.
2002 – Thai Baan Museum (ศูนย์ภูมิปัญญาไทบ้านปากมูน) in Ubon Ratchathani ,Thailand mural painting depicting rural life in a Thai fishing village.
2009 - Green World Foundation in Bangkok portraying environmental sustainability.