Veta Carney is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney, currently specializing in criminal defense in the Washington, D.C. area. She has worked with glass for many years, starting with stained glass, but now she explores fused glass, cast glass, pate de verre, and mixed media. She currently has her studio at the Washington Glass School in Mt. Ranier, Maryland. She also maintains a studio in Tucson, Arizona, which she shares with her son, Daniel Carney. Her works have been exhibited in several juried shows in the D.C. area and in Tucson, Arizona. She is a member of the National Capitol Area Glass Guild, the Virginia Glass Guild, the James Renwick Alliance and
the Arizona Glass Alliance.
She and Daniel were accepted as visiting artists at the DeGrazia Little Gallery in 2012 and again in 2017.
Daniel Carney was introduced to flame working with borosilicate glass at the Sonoran Glass Academy in Tucson, Arizona after he graduated from the University of Arizona, earning a degree in environmental biology. He currently works out of his studio in Tucson, Arizona. He has participated in workshops given by glass artists and he enjoys seeing his artwork evolve on a daily basis. Daniel has had pieces featured in a number of juried shows and galleries .