Askar Yesdaulet was born in the village of Ivanovka, Chimkent region in 1962.
Graduated from the Almaty State Theater and Art Institute named after Zhurgenov. Member of the Union of Artists (1990). Has taken part in exhibitions since 1987. Diploma-recipient at the Zhiger festival (1998). Winner of the Tarlan Prize in the Fine Arts nomination (2002). Since 1992 he worked under a contract in Belgium. His paintings are in many private foreign collections, as well as in museum collections in Almaty, Semipalatinsk and Petropavlovsk.
Askar Yesdaulet works in the technique of oil painting and sculpture. His sculptures have a special texture, rustiness, which the author deliberately sought in order to age objects, giving imagery and expressiveness. His work with cast iron: "I am sure that it is cast iron that is able to convey the voice of bygone centuries and the depth of national images." (from the conversation between A.Yesdaulet and Alla Dubrovina, 2008). Yesdaulet's paintings are canvases with a dense layer of paint, either bright, almost fluorescent, playing with each other in contrasts, clearly demarcated and having a rough texture, or muted, soft, pastel colors, immersing in a viscous, sluggish, distant space. Painting by Askar Yesdaulet is not an attempt to immerse the viewer in a space that imitates reality, it is a direct transfer of the image.