Nick Muir

I lived in Blackheath from 1985 to 1995 and would regularly walk through Greenwich Park and down to Greenwich. Then in 1997 I started selling my artwork on Greenwich Market and started an artists co-operative in early 1998 from a shop at 7 Turnpin Lane, initially called “Greenwich Village Gallery”. I loved my time there and painted many scenes, some of which were scanned for prints or cards. Some are still available and are displayed here, unfortunately I only have a few digital images that are of a resolution that will allow prints, so not all of the images below are for sale as prints. On a brighter note, I will e adding new prints as I paint more pictures.

My original paintings and some larger prints are available via Inspirations Contemporary Art.

They are for sale via Inspirations Framing Ltd, who do the fine art digital printing. Inspirations are members of the ArtSure Scheme, run by the Fine Art Trade Guild. This offers consumers and art buyers independent assurance that quality inks and papers have been used in a digital fine art print. Each image is registered with ArtSure and comes with an ArtSure Certificate.

Entrance to Colonnade House