Venice artist Olivier Pojzman prints “forced perspective” panoramic photographs on stretched canvas, like paintings. The large artworks (this photo of Venice Beach is 15 feet wide) are the product of 12 to 20 separate images melded on computer to produce an image without distortion. His work opened on Saturday, September 6, at the James Coleman Gallery on Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica.
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