Bryce Muir
A local artist on the Web

"The Toymaker"
[Painting by Bruce Kaminski]

Bryce died in 2005 and anyone wanting information should contact me at


from Swan Lake
[Drawing by Peggy Muir]

Current Show

Peggy Muir
Dance Moments
and Faces

Permanent and changing shows at our virtual gallery

[Gallery Muir]



Bryce Leigh Muir
died on December 14, 2005.
He drowned after
falling through the ice while skating
on the Cathance River.

Bryce's Last Take #348

Last Seven Days

[All Past Takes]

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[360 degree view]

Collections of carvings, drawings, illustrated journals, etc.



[The Bryce Site]



Favorite Links

Dave Zahn's FastForwardz
[Notes on New Science and Timely Topics.]

Photo Diaries by Noah Jackson
[Living the life in the Montana back country.]

We make money not art
[Astonishing artforms. Makes me feel antideluvian.]

Boing Boing
["A directory of wonderful things."]

[Daily report on what's happening in the Big Time.]


Special Feature
Memories of Carlo Pittore
Images of Carlo, his drawings and paintings.
Also recordings by and writings about a special friend.

Dragon Guitar

[in collaboration with Carter Ruff & David Hunt]

New Works
Most Recent Carvings


Salmon Climbs the Ladder
[360 degree view]




Coyote Unmasked
[360 degree view]

Dragonfly Duet
[360 degree view]

Works for Sale

Current sales inventory
of available work by Bryce Muir

Sales Gallery

Raccoon Dancer
360 degree view

A Night Sea Journey

Now available in Bronze
at Harbor Square Gallery

The Sea Devours Her Children
[360 degree view]

The Bryce Site:

Illustrated Journals

[Ross Muir by Herbert Abrams]
A Tribute to Ross Muir

Latest Dispatch: December 2005
(On Friendship)

Index of Past Journals

Gallery of Carvings

Signboards & Lawn Ornaments

(Tick Capitol of Maine)


Barnboard Marquetry

Landscapes & Illustrations
(Includes Drawings of Bowdoinham)

Figure Drawing

Ink Sketches

(Hupper Island Scene)

Ink Link


(Season's End)

Pix Click

Musical Notes

A Blues Buzzard
(Painting by Liz McDorr)



(Naked Book #1)

Collage Page

Latest Collage

Other Writing

(A Family Tale)


Other Capers

(Icosa Chair Model)

Miscellaneous Mischief

Native Apparitions

The Beasts of Bowdoinham

American Sabbatical

Peggy had a sabbatical in 1996-97 to visit historic sites. The Muirs sent daily e-dispatches from the road to a widening circle of correspondents. They also drew, painted, and took photographs of the sights. Now their complete illustrated road journal has been posted to their American Sabbatical web site. Come for a ride across America.


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