Subtlety isn’t a concern of Carl Cashman’s. His version of Op Art is ostentatious and fluorescent. He juxtaposes opposing colors in geometric grids that seem to pulsate with intensity like a light show at a concert. There is something musical in the way he arranges color with geometry and rhythm. Following his solo show at Portland’s Breeze Block Gallery last year, the artist is working with curator Sven Davis once again for “Neometry,” which opens at Prescription Art in Brighton, UK on June 6. “Neometry” is the term Cashman coined to describe his style — neon geometry, a shorthand for his candy-hued compositions. Take a look at a preview of the show after the jump.