Terry Ananny’s bright and colourful paintings often feature children at play and seasonal village scenes which cheerfully capture the spirit of Canadian life. Her works are held in many Canadian and international corporate collections. Canadian Prime Ministers, Governor Generals and the Government of Canada have collected her work over the past two decades. Her joyful work is seen in hospitals, schools and boardrooms and is shown in many galleries in Canada and the United States. She is also known for her work seen on UNICEF Cards. Her work was commissioned for a Canadian coin in 2000 for the Provincial Legends and Fables series "Nova Scotia". You can see some of her work hanging in Wilson House, a government retreat on Meech Lake used by the Prime Minister and also installed in the foyer of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation in Ottawa on Aviation Parkway.