Carl Cashman is an Op-Art artist who recently debuted his solo exhibition, Neometry, at the Prescription Art gallery in the UK.

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The exhibition contained a series of all-new work featuring colorful, intricate patterns and motifs painted on a variety of materials, including bespoke wooden panels, found paintings, and repurposed objects.

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Each piece of work is hand-painted and uses tonal balance and color arrangements, to create an illusion of depth that challenges the viewer’s perception of space.

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However, it is in the dark when Neometry really comes alive. Cashman arranged flat blocks of color to create a series of dimensional portals that jump out at the viewer when exposed to black light or ultraviolet light.

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