Hey guys. How are you doing? While I was ready with a non-fiction story to tell you, I was also hugely interested in documenting my recent visit to Nike Art Gallery over here. So today, it’s a picture-story about my visit. I hope you enjoy it.

I had always wanted to take a picture like this. Guess who succeeded? ?
By the way, you won’t appreciate this art I’m standing infront of, unless you see it in person. What is captured by the camera is waaay different from what is initially captured by the naked eye. It makes everyone go “wow”!
Absolutely one of my favourites.
Sisi D and sisi G

We should all regularly ask ourselves: “Does what
I am feeling or doing have its roots in the contentment of
faith or in the anxious insecurity of unbelief?” That will give
you help in hundreds of little and big ethical decisions.

Here’s the one that bugged us. Please what in this picture explains the writing on it? A bountiful gift awaits whoever can unlock the mystery
Another favourite
If you don’t understand art, it’s okay, provided you don’t criticize it. In other words, if you laugh at my jump in this picture, you’re just hating. I jumped this way on purpose because I was trying to fly like a bird.
There I am on the first floor. Jumping regularly. You see?
Our national cake

Here starts a story:

Sisi and I walking to the pose with the art in front
First picture
Who are you? Mr random stranger taking our pictures without permission?
Trying without success to ignore the photographer
I can’t bear this. Something must be done about this blatant infringement.
Excuse me Uncle, explain your mission!
All settled. I can relax

There are two ways to live your life. One is as nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.

My reaction when it’s time to leave.

I hope you’re good guys. I’ll see you next week with some non-fiction stories.

As always,



  1. Adeyemi Ayeku November 14, 2020 at 11:01 AM

    Art is truly beautiful. It depicts the creative power God has given to man and the various ways to which we can put it.

    As regards the question, Africa needs to provide jobs for her people. The woman is there with things to sell, but none to buy. Lol

    1. Buks November 14, 2020 at 12:25 PM

      Indeed! We create beauty because God creates beauty. Awesome!

      Vivifying, colorful, interesting, beautiful blog post.

      Such amazing works of art.

      But behold, I see something more jaw dropping; most astounding; the real work of art, beauty and gracefulness. Hmmm. Such a bevy of beauties worthy of celebration!

      Thanks for gracing us with these views today, dear blogger.

      “Blessed is he who has seen the work above all works of art; the masterpiece of the Almighty; the paragon of loveliness”

      Blessed is he.

      1. Deborah Adebayo - Site Author November 15, 2020 at 7:58 PM

        Blessed is he. Amen

    2. Deborah Adebayo - Site Author November 15, 2020 at 8:04 PM

      I’m more confused by your answer to the question. That is the meaning of the “Africa’s place in the global development jigsaw” in that picture? Lol
      Africa, my Africa.

      I like your surmise on art.

  2. Dor? November 14, 2020 at 11:12 AM

    This is a beautiful one Debby??

    1. Deborah Adebayo - Site Author November 15, 2020 at 7:59 PM

      Thank you, ma soeur

      1. favourfasanya December 9, 2020 at 1:13 PM

        Sooooooooo breathtaking.
        Another place to visit here on earth.
        Thank you, Debby.

        So, to the question. The inscription on the bagco says ‘we need to provide jobs for the people’, right?
        The woman in the art is selling palm oil. Shall we then go back to the Palms? I don’t know. Lol.

  3. Auntie Deola November 14, 2020 at 2:04 PM

    This is beautiful!

    Let me add visiting this place to my 2021 cart.
    Thank you Debby.

    This one is not my business but yeahhh,Debby this your blog reader ”Buks” Lol his English is ‘plenty’ and interesting.

    1. Deborah Adebayo - Site Author November 15, 2020 at 7:58 PM

      Loool. Na so we see am. ?.

      Visiting the gallery will be awesome for you

  4. Barnabas Akinrinola November 15, 2020 at 6:52 PM

    These pictures are fineeee! But even much more are the works they capture.?

    Thank you for giving us this beautiful experience through this post.

    1. Deborah Adebayo - Site Author November 15, 2020 at 8:05 PM

      I’m quite stuck trying to differentiate what you mean by “pictures” and “the work they capture” ?.
      But certainly, you’re welcome. Glad to have brought you some delight.

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