Depression, High-blood Pressure, Anxiety, Alcoholism: there’s a pill for all. These physical and psychological ailments are also the titles of Beverly Fishman’s new scintillating hard-edge abstract paintings. Yet Fishman’s does not offer actual remedies in form of pills and potions, instead her geometric forms suggest only the illusion of a cure. Flawless and clean, her cut-out geometric shapes sport primary colors on wood with rounded corners to take the edge off. Fishman plays with the margins by surrounding her paintings with florescent colors that give the illusion of weightlessness and hint at the psychology of neon advertisements. Unlike opioids, Fishman’s combination of forms, colors and surface material heighten the senses and induce a rewarding visual high that changes the chemistry of the brain without negative physical and psychological side effects. At Miles McEnery Gallery through November 10.