“Good things come, to those that paint” is the title and philosophy of Carl Cashman’s latest solo exhibition, opening April 10th at Galleri GEO in Norway. It’s a play on the original English phrase that promotes the virtue of patience, something Cashman says he learned through the art making process. His previous showing (covered here), “Neometry” put a label on his signature style, which combines neon-colored Op Art with geometry elements. A characteristic of Cashman’s presentation is his clustering of the works, which enhances the rhythm and dimension in his designs. His new designs employ black and white chevron patterns that interject his vivid compositions influenced by Bridget Riley and MC Escher. It is an ongoing series that will be followed by another show in August at Thinkspace Gallery. Take a look at our preview of “Good things come, to those that paint” by Carl Cashman below, courtesy of the artist.