Private Tour

When you walk into Seed Gallery and cast your eyes upon a work by Nya′, the subsequent gusher of ineffable emotions conjured up by the composition and the sublime atmosphere is undeniable. However, the profound inspiration, earnest meditation, fervid supplication, diligent process, skillful considerations and both philosophical and analytical thinking that is sagaciously woven into the creation of each piece is unearthed through an erudite, engaging and insightful tour.

scheduling a private tour


Please call the gallery on +1 347 272 9547 or email Ama at with the date and time of your intended visit.  However, please note that a private tour appointment should be made at least 14 days prior to the visit.



To find out more about privately touring Seed Gallery or scheduling an appointment, please contact the gallery at

benefits of a private tour


· guided tour

An independent art advisor who is knowledgeable in art investing, evaluation, financing, preservation, insurance and the risks involved in art management and collecting will guide you through the tour and at the very least, assist you in narrowing down your interests; thereby helping you to make astute decisions when selecting possible work for acquisition. 

· customized experience

A private tour grants you the pleasure of requesting distinguished works from the website, artist’s catalogue and/or brochures to be displayed prior to your visit.

· view distinguished works

A private tour will enable you to view distinct artwork from the gallery’s inventory that is not displayed on the gallery floor.

· meet the artist personally


A private tour will give you the rare privi­lege of meeting the artist, walking into his studio and laboratory, asking questions and hearing him explain the abstruse details involved in the creation of his work.

· fine wine & exquisite hors d’oeuvres  

Private tours are accompanied by a glass of 20-year-old Tawny Port and an exquisite platter of hors d'oeuvres, rare dried meats and fruits from the Middle East and Africa prepared by the gallery chef.