Alice Balch Stone studied with Caroline Rimmer, Wilber Dean Hamilton, and John Wilson. She was a painter, ceramicist, sculptor, and craftsperson. She spent her life living and working in New England — in Jamaica Plain and Boston, Massachusetts, and in Chocorua, New Hampshire.
She held memberships in the Boston Art Club, National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, The Copley Society, and Alliance.
In 1929, there was a solo exhibit of her works at the Doll and Richards Gallery in Boston.
Works located include Near Chocorua, a pottery plaque in the Jackson Memorial Building. Other items located have been found at the Boston Floating Hospital and the Judge Baker Child Guidance Center in Boston.
Women Artists of the White Mountains