(b. Camagüey, 1949)
Flora Fong graduated from the Provincial School of Visual Arts in Camagüey (1966) and the National School of Fine Arts in Havana (1970). She is a member of the National Union of Cuban Writers and Artists (UNEAC), and the UNESCO International Association of Art (IAA). From 1970 to 1989, Fong was a professor of painting at the San Alejandro School of Fine Arts in Havana. Some of her most notable solo exhibitions include Entre décadas (Between Decades) at La Acacia Gallery in Havana, 2001; Epifanía del Trópico (Epiphany of the Tropics) La Florida Gallery in Caracas, Venezuela, 1997; Pinturas y Dibujos (Paintings and Drawings) at the Cultural Palace of the Workers in the Forbidden City, Beijing, China, 1997; and Nube de Otoño (Autumn Cloud) at the Provincial Center for Visual Arts and Design in Havana, 1990. Her works are part of the collections of the National Musuem of Fine Arts in Havana; the Fondation France Liberté in Paris, France; the Museum of the Americas in Managua, Nicaragua; the National Parliament in Beijing, China; the Wooyang Museum of Contemporary Art in Gyeongju, South Korea; and the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.