Artwork By Attorneys? Who Got Framed?!

Congratulations to Washington Glass School Studio Artist Veta Carney – her work was selected for the “Hang the Lawyers” Exhibit – a juried gallery exhibition to be held at both Washington ArtWorks’ galleries showcasing artwork created by attorneys. Photography, painting, sculpture, mixed media and more will be featured in this exhibition.

Veta Carney, "Trickster",  2015, fused glass, 22" x 22"

Veta Carney, “Trickster” (detail), 2015, fused glass, 22″ x 22″

The show was juried by John Mason, Board President of Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, and Missy Loewe, CEO and President of Washington ArtWorks. This show is a fundraiser for Washington ArtWorks and Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, and the night will feature a silent auction.

veta.carney.glassIn case you have not been by the Glass School recently – an introduction to one of our newest Studio Artists is in order!

Veta Carney is a former Assistant United States Attorney and is a criminal defense attorney in practice with her husband with whom she handles serious felony and other criminal cases in the Superior Court and the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.

Veta started making stained glass windows while in college. Over the years she added jewelry and fused glass artwork to her repertoire of skills. She has been expanding the scale of her artworks – going larger here at the Washington Glass School and also in her studio in Tucson, AZ. Her most recent works combine painting and fused glass. Veta is also explores mixing flame-worked glass with other media that she creates with her son, Daniel Carney, a noted glass artist in Arizona. She is a member of the Northern Virginia Handcrafters’ Guild, the National Capitol Area Glass Guild (NCAGG), and the Arizona Glass Alliance.  

Hang the Lawyers 

Friday, April 3rd – Monday, April 20th 2015
Washington ArtWorks, 12276 Wilkins Ave, Rockville, MD 20852

Opening Reception on Friday, April 10th from 6-9pm

3 thoughts on “Artwork By Attorneys? Who Got Framed?!

  1. I’ve admired your work up close and in-person for so long!! Now more people can see the beautiful works of art that you create – they are a reflection of your true beauty.

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