Born in Ludwigsburg, Germany, Stella Olivier was brought up in the North of Italy. Her education as an artist began at the Istituto Tommaso Catullo where she specialised in drawing and painting. In the year 2018 Stella participated in group exhibitions held at the Palazzo Crepadona. Through the years she worked with different charities on projects celebrating the cultural heritage of the Dolomites, bettering the quality of elderly homes and advocating for the fair treatment of refugees. In 2019 the artist enrolled at Plymouth College of Art and is currently obtaining her Fine Art degree.
In England the artist began to explore digital mediums and collaborated with Tate on the production of Christmas cards. In 2021 the artist participated in two group exhibitions organised by The Holy Art, co-founded an art collective aimed at revitalizing Plymouth’s Soup Corner and won the Art Story student competition. Based in Plymouth, Stuttgart and Belluno Stella's most recent collaboration has been with the Mirror Gallery for a collaborative project that will be released in June 2021.