Vadodara artist registered his name in record books for Maximum paintings made with coffee powder
Artist from Vadodara bring laurels to the city after recorded his name in the record books. Uday Ulhas Korde a coffee artist has registered his name in Indian Book Record Holder for Maximum paintings made with coffee powder. He had done three exhibitions in Vadodara on World Coffee Day 1st October in three consecutive years of 2017, 2018, 2019.
Uday prepare colour painting since childhood and from 2016 he turned his attention to Coffee painting after someone gifted a painting made from coffee powder to him. He first tried it on paper with a portrait of PM Narendra Modi and and then went on to make portraits of popular celebrities and leaders. He also received a appreciation letter from PM Modi which encourage him to continue this art. He also prepared the portrait of proposed Ram temple at Ayodhya to celebrate the historical occasion. He draw the portrait with images of PM Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath to become a part of history.
Till date he prepare more than 300 such coffee portraits of popular celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Sachin Tendulkar, Shahrukh Khan and leaders like PM Narendra Modi, President Ram Nath Kovind and many others.
Now his achievement is registered in record books under title 'Maximum paintings made with coffee powder' where he made 181 exquisite paintings, including Portraits of famous personalities namely Narendra Modi (Prime Minister of India), Vijay Rupani ( Chief Minister Of Gujarat) Virat Kohli, Amitabh Bachchan, Ratan Tata, Madhuri Dixit, Amir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Ram Nath Kovind (President of India), and others on 181 sheets of paper (each measuring 9.5 inches x 17 inches), using coffee powder and paintbrushes.
He also organise exhibition of his portraits on World Coffee Day every year in Vadodara. Dr Ricky shay Municipal Counsellor Ashkelon Israel invited him for Coffee Painting Exhibition at Ashkelon Israel when she visit in the Parampara Rangoli Exhibition at Vadodara in 2019 during Diwali.