Creating lively and vibrant paintings of Canadian imagery notably Quebec winter village scenes and children at play.
Born in 1956 in Toronto, (Ontario, Canada), Terry Ananny resides in Ottawa, (Ontario, Canada).
The artist creates lively and vibrant Canadian imagery on canvas specializing in Quebec winter village scenes and children at play in the great Canadian outdoors.
Canada’s Prime Ministers, Governor Generals and the Government of Canada have collected her work. Terry Ananny’s artwork may be found in collections including The Quebec Liberal Party Residence, Mr. And Mrs. Jean Charest, Former Prime Minister Mr. And Mrs. Jean Chrétien, Former Prime Minister Mr. And Mrs. Brian Mulroney, Industry Canada, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, The Canadian Embassy in Brussels Belgium, Ottawa Hospital, MD Management and the Canadian Medical Association. Please see Collected Works. Her paintings are also collected by Canadian and international corporations such as Global Television, CTV Television and the Ottawa Senators NHL Hockey Franchise.
Terry Ananny has participated in many exhibitions in Canada and the United States. Her work was exhibited in New York at Art Expo 2003, Nan Miller Gallery, Rochester, New York 2002, Canada House Gallery, Banff, Alberta 2004 – 2008.
Terry Ananny’s paintings have been selected for UNICEF holiday cards, Children’s Wish Foundation holiday cards and Save the Children Canada holiday cards. Her work has also been reproduced in government periodicals, school board videos and text books. Please see Published Work. Reproductions of her work were presented at the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Canadian Senior Curling Championships held in Ottawa, Ontario. Sports murals for schools in Quebec were commissioned by the Gatineau School Board in 2010 and were completed with the help of teachers and students at the schools.