These pieces eschew the consonance and symmetry typical of Art Deco/Prairie School/Arts and Crafts stained glass.  Rather than using crisp, anodyne geometry or representations of nature as subject matter, I am using traditional stained glass design itself as the subject.  This style, so often a symbol of bourgeois decadence, I infuse with dissonance, brokenness, and asymmetry.  Burrowing deeper into the kitsch dimension of stained glass, I have attempted to improve their accessibility and consumability: they are relatively small and able to float in front of a window without being architecturally installed.  While kitsch is partially defined by its potential for consumption, it is also typified by its sentimental, affirmative content, something I avoid.