Doug Driediger is a Calgary-based artist, muralist and a graphic designer who graduated from ACAD in 1980 with an honours diploma focusing on painting. He is also the Founder and Creative Director of Metrographics (1981), a multi-disciplinary design and advertising studio that specializes in fine-art-based problem solving.
Doug’s art career has a national reputation for excellence; he is a juried member of the Graphic Designers of Canada, and a juried member of Canada’s prestigious National Watercolour Society, the CSPWC. With a focus on large-scale public art, Doug is best known for his interpretive work for Parks Canada/Alberta Parks, as well as iconic murals (done for CUPS, the Petroleum Club and the Calgary Exhibition & Stampede) visible in downtown Calgary. In total he has completed over 40 murals across Western Canada. Doug's illustrations have been commissioned by the Canadian Government, Parks Canada and the Royal Alberta Museum, and his personal art is included in several significant collections including a major purchase award by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.