Lexington artists Georgia Henkel, left, and Gayle Cerlan, who have lived across the street from each other for 18 years, have collaborated on Strange Sympathies, an exhibit of their work, at the MS Rezny Studio Gallery.
Lexington artists Georgia Henkel, left, and Gayle Cerlan, who have lived across the street from each other for 18 years, have collaborated on Strange Sympathies, an exhibit of their work, at the MS Rezny Studio Gallery. Lexington Herald-Leader
Lexington artists Georgia Henkel, left, and Gayle Cerlan, who have lived across the street from each other for 18 years, have collaborated on Strange Sympathies, an exhibit of their work, at the MS Rezny Studio Gallery. Lexington Herald-Leader

Longtime Lexington artists' shared sensibilities revealed in exhibit

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