Born in Pennsylvania, Anita Bucsay Damron works in several mediums, most notably glass, oil and acrylic. Her mosaics and paintings have won numerous awards and are collected nationally.
Anita takes an expressionistic approach to color and texture with her work, and her art is influenced by her studies of the masters as well as contemporary artists, her Hungarian heritage, her early artistic upbringing, and her faith. She engages in self-study and has studied under other teachers such as Kurt Schwarz, Pam Coulter Blehert, Laurel Skye, Kim Wozniak, Valerie Theberge, Trisha Adams, Robert Burridge, Bonnie Fitzgerald, Laura Rendlen, Christine Lashley, Hank Kuhlman, Paula Wachsstock, Mike Cantwell and Ariel Shoemaker and Gene Sterud with Matteo Randi.
Anita teaches mosaic art, stained glass and fused glass at many locations including The Art League School (Torpedo Factory) in Alexandria, The Workhouse Art Center in Lorton, VA, and The Reston Community Center. She is currently a member of The Greater Reston Art Center (GRACE), The Society of American Mosaic Artists (SAMA), The Art League Gallery (Torpedo Factory) and has served on the board of the League of Reston Artists (LRA) (currently a member).
In addition to her work as an artist, Anita has worked in the art industry as a gallery manager, and works as an art consultant, art teacher, and artist agent.