Andrea Stella was born in Florence in 1950.
He grew up living at alternating periods in two art cities: Florence and Athens. He finally settled in Florence where he attended the famous artistic carving laboratories.
Artworks related to this period are exposed at Pitti Palace in Florence, at the Vatican Museums and inside several Romantic and Medieval churches in Toscany.
He held many Artistic Exhibitions in Europe and in the United States always with great acclamation from art critics.
His artworks are included in many important art collections in United States and Europe.
Moved by his artistic inspiration he later concentrated on material evolution, working on alchemic alteration of soil and gold laminate, silver, copper etc., to create new chromatic effect's artworks.
He became the founder of a new school of art which gave birth to a new artistic movement: the "New Renaissance".
Andrea Stella died in Bibbiano in May 2019.
He left us many artworks and the memory of a complete artist: painter, sculptor, musician and generous man.