Julian Stanczak's art uses color and design to stimulate viewer's perceptions.
At a young age Stanczak spent time in a Siberian labor-camp where he lost the use of his right arm. His first solo show was in New York at the Martha Jackson Gallery in the '60s.
With poor vision Stanczak is able to still produce amazingly detailed and intricate pieces of art.
This video was shown at the Cleveland Museum of Art as part of the Stanczak exhibit in 2008.