Stephanie Jaffe 1958 was born in Brooklyn, New York. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ceramics and glass in (1980), from Temple University Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During her college education, she studied in Rome, Italy where her love for implementing mixed media into assemblages was born. Upon her return to the states, she founded Germantown Glass, which became renowned for refined glass objects d’art. Stephanie’s work has evolved to include mixed media mosaic painting and sculpture. For the past two decades, she has also worked as an accomplished public artist in Florida. Her work has been displayed and sold in galleries and museums across the country. She had a solo show titled “Treasures Reconstructed” 2018 at The Sol Taplin Gallery, Miami Shores, Florida. Notable group exhibitions include; “Just for Fun” (2018) at the A.E. Backus Museum in Fort Pierce, Florida, “All that Glistens” (2019) at The Laundromat Art Space, Miami, Florida, and “I Want Candy, the Sweet Stuff in American Art (2007) at The Hudson River Museum of Art, Yonkers, New York. Her public art pieces are in several collections including Florida Art in State Buildings and The City of Boynton Beach, Florida.