H. Grace Boyle has a deep connection with stone carving. After finishing her first marble sculpture in 1997, she realized that, despite its being taxing to work, she had an ability for bringing forms out from the stone. She makes assemblages by pairing her carvings with repurposed objects and materials. These pieces rely heavily on metaphors to communicate her ideas. She also uses the human figure and figural fragments as vehicles for expression. Fabricating public sculpture is another mode of making in which she invests her creative efforts. Two of her large scale public works are on Power Blvd. in Kenner, LA, and one on Loyola Dr., also in Kenner.