Anita Guerra was born in Havana Cuba and received her art training in the United States, in Spain and in Italy. In 1984 she obtained her M.F.A. degree in Painting from Temple University, Philadelphia. She has been living, teaching and painting in Rome since 1977, where she resides.
Her works hang in collections at the National Museum of Sacred Art, Castello Piccolomini, Celano, Aquila; Centre d'Etudes Saint Louis de France, Rome; Pricewaterhouse Cooper, NYC, The Caproni Museum in Trento and in many private collections in Europe and in the United States.
She is currently writing an illustrated family memoir and just had a solo exhibition in Havana, Cuba at the Casa de la Obra Pía (Habana Vieja) on the occasion of the XIX Italian Cultural Week sponsored by the Italian Embassy.