I literally fell in love with this place but mostly it was Mrs Nike that made me love it. Her welcoming and inviting demeanor made you feel at home immediately and she asked us if we wanted a guide around which we accepted. Dare on staff took us through the floors and introduced us to many artist work giving us in-depth history on their work and style. It was just amazing and there are a few I loved but as with art you gotta have the money to get it so needless to say I couldn’t afford to buy any. That didn’t do deter him from showing us all the pieces. After that we spoke more to Ames Nike and she told us how she host an Amala Sunday for free. It really was just great getting lost in some great pieces. There was no pressure to hit any pieces and she gifted me and my friends a key chain. Need some inspiration, it’s defin the place to go.
Amazing place... u can literally get lost in the artworks.. Each work speaks something
I got to know about Nike Art gallery after Richard quest visit. I was watching CNN when I saw him interviewing a lady there. I was so impressed with beautiful work of art that I decided to visit there. I bought works of art there. The atmosphere there is perfect, it is perfect for tours. The staff are warm and welcoming
The woman behind Nike Art Gallery is no less popular woman. That alone brings a lot of attention to her art. But it is not just all noise, you need to visit her place. Too, too many arts to look at even for a whole week. She has a lot of foreign tourists pouring her place for a privilege sight of her works. Even though you are not a fan of art, the place will make your visit worthwhile. Her tour guides are very pleasant and nice, patient too
Boy! Nike art gallery is the place to be for any artist. Over 7000 works to look through and get inspired but some could do with a little dusting lol. One work that stood out for me was the mosaic of the Chibok girls and their mothers but other than that, there are so many other works one can't go through no matter how many times you go back. Great service, parking space is okay. Way back, one could sell their artwork to the gallery and get instant payment after approval but not so sure it's still done now. Anyone interested in doing that can always go to the gallery and find out. There's a mini restaurant just at the entrance but doesn't seem to be in service because they had nothing available when I went. It's a lovely place for a photoshoot (one has to inform the management though) and a good place to pick a new art work for that space that's lacking a piece in your home or office.
This Art Gallery has the finest African inspired art works.
The best place you can be
I love art works and Nike art works are really great. It portrayed the African culture well.
Nike Art Gallery is amazing! Went with my cousin and her young twin daughters for a girl's day trip. I had a great time teaching the kids about the culture and history of Nigeria through the artwork, that is, until they (embarrassingly) ran into Nike Davis' studio on the third floor. Nike herself was there talking to the staff about some new exhibitions. To our surprise, Nike kindly waved off our apologies, straddled one of the kids on her hips and locked hands with the other, calling them "my daughters of Africa", and started explaining the significance of the artwork to them. It was nice visiting a place where the owner feels passionate and enthusiastic about their work. The food in the outside cafe was not too bad either. Definitely will be making repeat visits.
Nike Art Gallery has some of the most amazing Pieces of African Artwork. Great customer service too!