Born in 1956 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Terry Ananny resides in Ottawa, Ontario. Terry Ananny’s bright and colourful acrylic canvases of hockey, children at play and seasonal village scenes have been capturing the spirt of Canadian life for the past three decades. Her early years spent in summers on Lake Muskoka and travelling to Quebec enriched the artist with lasting impressions of the beautiful Canadian landscape and diverse Canadian culture. Her works are held in many Canadian and international corporate collections including Canadian Prime Ministers, Provincial Premiers and the Government of Canada. Her work was commissioned for a Canadian coin design in 2000 and has been reproduced on UNICEF Christmas cards. Her work is also seen on Hallmark, Save the Children, Children's Wish Foundation, Make-a-Wish, and Island Art cards. Her work has been commissioned by many corporations including CTV Television, Calgary, Global Televsion, Ottawa, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Ottawa, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa Hospital, Riverside Campurs, BC Childrens Hospital, Teck Acute Care Centre and Lucille Packard Children's Hospital, Stanton, Palo Alto, California. Her work has supported many charitable organizations over the years by her artwork donations for fundraising events.