Anahi DeCanio is an award winning multi-disciplinary artist working in a variety of media, including award winning product designs. Her work is represented by several galleries and is part of private and corporate collections in the US and internationally. Winning numerous awards in national juried competitions, she has participated extensively in group and solo exhibits.
DeCanio’s work has been featured in various publications, locally and abroad, including the NY Times, Time Magazine, Robb Report, Boca Raton News, Telemundo, The Palm Beach Post, and CBS. Her artwork has appeared in numerous major motion pictures and TV shows and has received numerous awards, including several First-Place honors for both her art and product design. Anahi was selected as White House Fellows Featured Artist in 2016 and was honored with a solo exhibit at the Consulate General of Uruguay in New York City.
Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in several well-respected venues which include: Boca Raton Museum of Art, Brown University, Pen and Brush in NYC, Palm Beach Armory, Art Basel Miami, Coral Springs Museum, Palm Beach County Art in Public Places exhibition, Milan Film Festival, the National Steinbeck Center, Holiday House NYC, the Architectural Digest Design Show collaborating with Naula, National Art League, Guild Hall in East Hampton and Cliff Young at 200 Lex and High Point. Ms. DeCanio has been part of exhibitions and special events that have included artists Cindy Sherman, Eric Fischl, April Gornik, Athos Zacharias, Hans van de Bovenkamp, the Guerrilla Girls, Pablo Atchugarry and Ignacio Iturria, among others.
DeCanio is the founder and curator of eARThHAMPTONS. Active in several art and charitable organizations, she also combines her passion for art design with her background in finance as a real estate advisor with Douglas Elliman.