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