GWR: Ghanaian Painter To Make History With An Ambitious Paint-a-thon

Sharon Dede Padi

Sharon Dede Padi, the CEO of Padiki Art Gallery, has announced her decision to make history with an ambitious Paint-a-thon, as she focuses on breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest individual painting Marathon.

Scheduled from March 15 to March 21, 2024, at Ghana Village, opposite the Legon Stadium, this week-long artistic spectacle vows to redefine the boundaries of creativity.

Sharon’s educational journey, spanning from the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana Primary School to a Masters in Construction and Project Management at the London Southbank University, highlights her diverse expertise in both the artistic and construction realms.

Sharon Padiki is Currently pursuing a PhD in Museum and Heritage Studies at the University of Ghana.

Sharon has earned acclaim for her intricate artworks, showcased not only in luxury hotels across Ghana but also in prestigious museums like the Ghana National Museum and the recently unveiled Hedzranawo Slavery Museum.

Garnering accolades such as the award for Africa’s Most Respected CEO in Art and the Most Outstanding Female in Art in Ghana, Sharon stands as a prominent figure in the country’s art scene.

Beyond her artistic pursuits, Sharon actively contributes to charitable causes, regularly supporting the Adabraka Polyclinic and the Akwatiakwa Village with essential supplies.

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As a CEO, her commitment extends to sponsoring various pageants, talent shows, and esteemed award programs, embodying a holistic approach to community upliftment.

As a Chief Executive Officer, her responsibility reaches out to supporting different pageants, talent shows, and regarded award programs, epitomizing a comprehensive way to deal with community elevation.

North of seven days, she will submerge herself in a ceaseless creative excursion, delivering an assortment that breaks records as well as fills in as a wellspring of motivation for hopeful painters and art fans.

Speaking on Hitz FM with Doreen Avio, Padiki said she is anticipating a huge support from Ghanaians to assist with breaking the painting marathon record. She begged everyone to come support her, and subdue the thought that the rising trend of record breaking attempts in Ghana now are getting ‘irritating’.

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