In 1925 – 1928, Angela Gregory learned how to cut stone and sculpt in Antoine Bourdelle’s studio.  In 1927, Angela copied Beauvias head of Christ.
A younger and slightly older Angela Gregory pictured with Belle Augustine.
Belle Augustine.  
1929 – 1930 Angela was awarded a commission to create the artwork for the New Orleans Criminal Court House.  Pelican model was “executed in clay, cast in plaster and crated under sculptor’s supervision for shipment to stone contractor.”
Here is the Pelican that can be seen on the New Orleans Criminal Court House.
In 1930, Angela was awarded a commission by Tulane University to sculpt Aesculapius for Hutchinson Memorial Building, Tulane Medical School 
In 1931, Angela Gregory was one of a few Louisiana artist who were commissioned to create the artwork on the Louisiana State Capitol.  She created and sculpted eight (8) portrait reliefs.  Above is John James Audubon a great painter and somewhat of a mysterious person.
In the early 50’s, Angela Gregory was awarded the commission for the founder of New Orleans “Jean-Bapiste de Bienville”.   Originally the Bienville sculpture was located in front of the New Orleans Train Station. It was later moved and now resides in the French Market on Decatur Street. 
In 1962, Angela was commissioned to create the St. Louis for New Orleans Archdiocesan Chancery Building