Originally Posted by RudysWorld
The lens rotates counter clockwise to remove it from fixture. I know it doesn't seem like it but it does. I pried one out of the ceiling before I figured it out. On the positive side once you get out once they work easier. Someone mentioned to use a sticky surface to help remove. Something like a silicone pad used to remove lids would probably work well. Good Luck!
Thanks, Rudy for the quick response and the help - I do very much appreciate it!
I was able to try this with one of the lights above the sofa (easier to access) and indeed, after some effort, was able to push the lens in and rotate it . . . funny story though, because it had been siliconed in the metal ring it wouldn't pop out of it and just would rotate and rotate and rotate - so I eventually pried it out of the ring and broke it in half.
So, now I'm rather reticent to try this with the light over the sink and break that lens as well . . . any additional ideas you might have to solve for this conundrum would be AWESOME!