Twisting an established medium can produce memorable results, from New York band Tragedy heavy metalling the entire Bee Gees' catalog, to doe-eyed cartoons who rail the crap out of each other. Giving a similar shake-up to the chastest of art styles, Wilson Eroti-Glass.
A self-described "regular mom" from "small town Ontario", Wilson produces sexually charged-to-explicit stained glass in a studio inherited from her pane-staining father, of whom she also made her first nude design, because Ontario's completely normal like that. The stand-mounted pieces break down into categories like the Nipple Collection, made of a range of topless women peering back over their shoulder to expose a breast, and the Black Series, comprised of three separate nudes lounging with hands behind them, each atop a mirror'd base the artist suggests lining with candles, which even your nude stained glass skank thinks is in poor taste. Even kinkier works include a particularly game female having her tatas embraced whilst acting as the meat in a manwich (done in an iridescent blue that can sparkle "all the colours of the rainbow"), and even a faceless lass burying her head in the, um, area of her paramour, who pulls her into position with what Wilson calls "The Hold", but your secretary's lawyer will term "The Assault".
If you prefer to hang your lurid objects d'art, check out the Chain Gang Girls, a handful of kneeling temptresses bondage'd-up with cuffs and blindfolds, and bound with the actual chain they hang from, proving that carnal sadism is no longer the exclusive domain of squealing horny cartoons.