Stacy Koffman is a painter of large canvases and works on paper that incorporate figurative imagery into abstractions of landscape and architecture. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The University of Tennessee in ceramics and a Masters of Fine Arts degree from The University of Georgia in painting and drawing. She attended The Joe L. Evans Appalachian Center for Crafts as part of her bachelor’s degree and participated in numerous professional workshops with notable artists such as Dale Chilhuly, Rudy Autio, Ron Meyers, and Robert Brady. She also studied at Arrowmont Craft School in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
She has exhibited internationally, nationally at museums and galleries in France, Spain, China, Greece, New York. Her works reside in public and private collections including Ayuntamiento de Gernika, Spain, the Bejing Natural Culture Center, China, Olivier Strebelle, and Juan A. Moro.
Stacy was Gallery Director for Gainesville State College in Georgia for six years and curated many regional solo, group, and student shows. She has juried numerous exhibitions throughout her career including national and regional professional exhibitions at art centers and festivals throughout the Southeast.