Established in 1984, GB Studio is a multi-faceted design workshop creating custom carved glass of the highest quality - always mindful of client requirements, preferences and budget. We personally take each project from design inception through to final installation. We maintain an approach of honesty and integrity and take pride in appropriate design well done.

Individually created by artist, Barbara Boeck, each glass piece is carefully designed and carved. The perfect visual image is achieved by her use of versatile design concepts. GB Studio glasswork embraces Barbara's unique style, while capturing the essence of 'period styles'. Her images can be strikingly bold or delicately subtle, dependent on artist/client visions and expectations.

GB Studio serves both residential and commercial clients. Our glassworks include large scale architectural panels for decorative and functional treatments, as well as small scale objets d' art created in one-of-a-kind or limited edition form.

In 2009, our 25th anniversary, we launched a new line of relief carved stone. Our custom designs can be carved into many different types of stone to coordinate with any décor.

barbara Barbara Boeck is founder and president of GB Studio carved & etched glass. She holds an honors certificate from the School of Visual Arts, New York, with a BFA equivalency. Barbara began her career in Vermont as a painter and mixed media artist. After several years, she embarked on a course of independent study, traveling in Europe, South America and the United States. Returning to her native New Jersey and focusing on her design background, she established a graphic art studio.

Searching for a more creative outlet, Barbara discovered her vehicle in the artform of sandblasted glass. In 1984 she opened GB Studio, where for the past 26 years she has been creating extraordinary glasswork for residential, commercial and public spaces.

Barbara's personal work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the Tri-State area. Her glasswork can be found in many commercial establishments, as well as numerous private collections.