Growing up in Southern California, already as a child, she wanted to become an artist, and entered small, regional contests. Boone then completed a two year course of studies at Fullerton Junior College, where she studied drawing, painting, assemblage art, and jewelry making.
While working at a production studio, she learned many more techniques, including silk-screening, and later taught workshops at several colleges, including at UCLA. Subsequently, she moved to Yosemite, teaching art to children for four years. Boone suffered health problems from dealing with the inks for silk-screening, and upon her return to California, she began creating multi-media collages. She incorporates found objects into her work, which often also reflects her fascination with Asian culture.
Living in a rural community in the Northwest, she follows her artistic calling.