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Ferdinand Anore

A Flight Beyond Borders

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Ferdinand Anore | A Flight Beyond Borders

Acrylic on Canvas

24" x 24"


The painting is a merging of the Kite Flight Series I normally paint and the abstractions I did fell in love too. I started first as an abstractionist before I got grip on the conventional one and later found myself reimagining my childhood fascination about kites.This one is shows one kite flyer on a tree. 

Ferdinand Bong Anore FLIGHT MODE Born on October 29,1973 and raised in the humble town of Binangonan, Rizal , Bong is a self-taught Neo-impressionist and a Coca-Cola ( CCBPI ) scholar graduate of B. A. in Electronics and Communications Engineering with an idealistic approach in the interpretation and representation of elements in his artworks he call Flight Mode, as his subjects mostly deal with flying objects and is well-known for his Kite Flight Series. His painting is characterized by inanimate subjects of children both young and mature displaying and parading different sizes, shapes, forms, colors, design and angles as well as the heights of kite flight in bold choice of colors, thereby creating a brilliant and bright effect in an effort to boost and awaken our mood and sense to a joyous and ecstatic jubilation of what kite and its flight was all about. He believe that art such as these are meant to cure the lonely and inspire us to a positive and optimistic look in life and in its pursuit to achieve the unobtainable and obtain what is unachievable. In his efforts to immortalize the old-time favorite past-time, he was chosen for Hallmark Christmas Card Cover and Souvenir Designs ( 7 times 2011-2018 ), An inclusion to worldwide selection 2016 SeeMe Exhibitions “Creators Deserved to be Seen” at Time Square NYC ,USA curated by The Chasama Gallery through SquareSpace, Contributing artist to the collection of artworks on permanent display at the San Agustin Museum, Intramuros, Manila, and many more.