Nicola Styan

Nicola’s prints relate to the theme of location and environment.

Her screen prints are an imaginative response to a changing cityscape in London involving recent constructions, historic buildings, bridges and locations. They are a celebration of past and present infrastructure that defines the identity of London’s historical buildings and icons. The documentation of changing structures in environmental conditions is ongoing in her work.

Her work portrays how atmospheric conditions can dominate locations to present an impressive visual spectacle that is reflected through the use of dynamic colour and abstract form. She has continuously exhibited at regional and London galleries.


Nicola has a BA (Hons) in Fine Art- Printmaking from Winchester School of Art and an MA in Printmaking from Brighton University. She also has a PGCE from the Institute of Education. Nicola led the printmaking department and taught printmaking at the Working Men’s College, in Camden Town, London for ten years.



Public collections:

Victoria & Albert Museum - Prints and Drawings Department, and Words and Image Department

Scarborough Museum

Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution

Winchester School of Art collection

02 Arena


Image size 10x10cms £75

Towards Tate Modern


Image size 25.4x19cms  £90

Inside the Cheesegrater


Image size 30x24cms £90

Tate Shell Extension


Image size 30x30cms £90



Image size 24x17.5cms £120 (limited prints remain)

Blackfriars Bridge 20.59pm


Image size 24.5 x 19.5cms £120 (limited prints remain)

Winter Parliament


Image size 24 x 30 cms £90

The Birds, Embankment


Image Size 24 x 30 cms £90 (limited prints remain)

Peaceful Reconnection


40x36.5cms  £120

Delivery Cost:

For all Prints no more than £12.50 (Inc. special delivery and small parcel box or tube)

Southbank Printmakers

Unit12, Gabriel's Wharf,

56 Upper Ground,

London SE1 9PP 


Tel: 020 7928 8184

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