Critics can usually finesse a relationship between two artists having simultaneous gallery exhibitions, as in “Notice how chartreuse dominates in each of their works” or “You cannot avoid perceiving the resonance between the curvilinear forms each artist employs.” Not so in the case of Rana Rochat’s “New Work” and Dwayne Butcher’s “Memphis,” through April 22 at David Lusk Gallery. Don’t strain at gnats, my friends; just enjoy each artist’s work for what it is and what it accomplishes.

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