ARTTIG Artistic Creation's is a family-owned business with a reputation for quality and
innovation. After years working as part of a large corporation,
Artur Kalendjian (owner) struck out on his own with a vision of doing things better…and giving
clients more than they expected.
In 1999, Artur established his own company, Arttig Art. He immediately established himself as a
premier craftsman in the Milwaukee area, and eventually, expanded business across the U.S.
Within five years, he had succeeded in completing the design, project management and
installation of more than a hundred major customized projects for churches, private homes and
businesses, and had entered the world market with a major art project in Central America.
Arttig Artistic Creations has continued to evolve. Today, more than 30 craftsmen contribute to
the ongoing success and unique product designs including those in sculptures, intricate iron
railings, custom entrance doors, Stained glass, statues, restoration of historical buildings,
custom made furniture, ornamental hardwood floors, children's customized playground
equipment, exhibit show displays, signs, and many more custom unique projects.
OWNER OF ARTTIG ARTISTIC DESIGN & FABRICATION CERTIFIED DESIGNER AND SCULPTOR
Artur Kalendjian offers homeowners the opportunity to bring quality master craftsmanship and design into their homes and businesses. European trained, and with four generations of family experience, Artur and his team of artisans and craftsman's create hand-crafted works of art in metal, wood, glass, acrylic, and stone. From intricate custom Railings, Bronze Sculptures, Stained Glass Windows to elegant Entrance iron Doors, each project is unique and inspired.
Arpik (Kalendjian) Weitzer is an Armenian artist, born and raised in Sochi, Russia. At a young age, growing up in Soviet Russia, she was guided and nurtured into the arts. By the age of 16, she had already received 5 years of formal training and was accepted into the Moscow School of Applied Arts and graduated in 1992. In 1996, Arpik moved to America and taught art classes at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Since then, she has completed over 100 privately commissioned art pieces and has had her art featured in several art shows and galleries in
Europe and the United States. She has designed and completed projects that can be found throughout the United States in cities including Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Milwaukee, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, and abroad, in Germany, Russia, and the Galapagos Isles, in Ecuador.
In her native language, Arpik means “sun-ray”. Coincidently, Arpik’s art is best appreciated in natural light. Her skilled use of color, light, and detail are characteristic features of her work.