A linguist by default and an artist by choice due to her growing up in the three countries Sweden, France and Germany. With three native languages, Stoehr has always included writing in her visual art, a narrative found in every piece if sometimes only in her titles.
Growing up in war-torn Lorraine as the granddaughter of post-war Wirtschaftswunder industrialists and the daughter of a Swedish femme fragile, she learned the different cultural perspectives on reality at an early age, which contributed to her elastic imagination.
As the artistic granddaughter of Joseph Beuys, she graduated from the HBK Saarbrücken, after studying with Beuys' student and feminist performance artist Ulrike Rosenbach.Studies in painting preceded this period in Gothenburg Sweden with Tullan Fink at Dômen Konstskola and during an exchange semester at the Ecole des Arts-Décoratifs Strasbourg, she started her intense period of working with Sulfur.She has been the recipient of two grants from the Office Franco-Allemande de la Jeunesse, Bad Honnef.
Her work has been shown at the Performance Art Institute San Francisco, Patricia Sweetow Gallery San Francisco, The Kala Art Institute Berkeley, The Saarland Museum Saarbruecken Germany, Künstlerhaus Saarbrücken, Galerie PS Gothenburg Sweden, Pannhuset Röda Sten Gothenburg.
Her work is officially represented at the Cultural Council in Gothenburg, Statens Kulturråd Sweden and Ministerium für Kultur, Bildung und Frauen Rheinland Pfalz, Germany.
She lives near San Francisco.