“Everyone has an immediate connection with stained glass,” Judson tells Los Angeles. “They’ve either dabled in stained glass or somebody related to them at some point has had some interaction with stained glass. Or maybe you grew up in a house of worship or lived in a house with stained glass. It has a craft element to it, so it resonates with people on a certain level. It works on a much broader spectrum than fine art or painting does. Stained glass doesn’t have that barrier. It’s much more relatable. It has a way of working with color and light that no other medium does. There’s a vibrational level of light passing through colored glass that makes almost a soulful connection to people observing it.”

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