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Narberth Nights
Gary Cashmore
From the online magazine, www.onenarberth.co.uk Local Artist follows Yellow Brick High Street as ‘Narberth School of Art’ hits the London Art World September 27, 2011 By admin In a move that may see local artist, Gary Cashmore hit the headlights with a beam as bright as his new work ‘Narberth Nights’, oneNarberth can exclusively report that he has received interest from a London production house to promote his work. Unassuming Gary, whose canvases have quietly been in circulation in the town for two years, said he was ‘stunned at the interest’. The appearance of his latest piece of work, on public view for the first time in the last few days, seems to have become the tipping point as he begins to climb the ladder to success. In a meeting with a company that plans to promote his work with an exclusive range of limited edition prints and postcards he said he felt ‘very flattered’ at the offer made, which includes underwriting all the costs of bringing his work to the art market nationwide. Prices for some of his pictures look set to increase as interest grows. His art has been described as having some similarity to the work of Alfred Wallis, discovered by Ben Nicholson in 1928, whose name went on to be associated with ‘The St. Ives School’, which at one point in the late fifties and early sixties came to rival New York as a focal point of interest to the Art cogniscenti worldwide.

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