Company: Doug Pisik Wood Artist
Location: Marietta, Georgia, United States
Doug Pisik, Wood Artist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in woodworking.
Backed by a Bachelor of Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology from 1985, Mr. Pisik discovered his knack for woodworking while building accessories and shelves for his home. Today he is a renowned award-winning artist specializing in one-of-a-kind unique and exciting creations primarily from wood. Prior to creating art full time, Mr. Pisik was the owner and information technology executive consultant of Pisik Consulting and a director of the New York Stock Exchange. Previously he worked for the Home Depot headquarters in myriad information technology roles. His previous technological and engineering background can be seen in his artistic creations with precision and technically challenging intriguing works.
Presently, he maintains affiliation with the American Craft Council, Project Management Institute, and Woodworkers Guild of Georgia, of which he is a program specialist. He also serves as a board member for the Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre.
Finding great success in his artistic endeavors, Mr. Pisik was included in the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art’s Metro Montage Art Exhibitions from 2006 to 2020. Notably, in 2008, he was appointed a Master Woodworker by the Woodworkers’ Guild of Georgia and was a torchbearer for the 1996, 2002, and 2004 Olympics being honored for his giving back to the community. Additionally, he was named to the Top 25 Volunteers in 25 Years by Habitat for Humanity, received a Gold President’s Volunteer Service Award from President George W. Bush in 2004, and was a Volunteer Superstar inaugural recipient by Home Depot in 1996. Throughout his illustrious career, Mr. Pisik is most proud of his recent art series, “Art for our Unusual Times.” This series is in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic and has received extensive attention. He is also proud of his exhibitions in fourteen juried museum exhibitions. He attributes his eclectic success to his drive for perfection as it lends itself to continual improvement and learning. In five years’ time, Mr. Pisik expects his work to grow in size, complexity, and relevance and would like to be considered for expanded museum collections in order to have his work placed where it could be appreciated by a larger audience with greater public access.
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