If you take the time to leave your living room and see one painter in Nashville this whole year … no, in your whole life, make it Greg Decker. The guy has talent. Decker has taught at the MOMA and the Met, studied at Oxford, lived in Africa. He’s been all over the world, and just last year, he moved back to Nashville. How could we ever be so lucky? LeQuire gallery was founded to celebrate the human figure. The Figurative Artists Show is right at the heart of its mission. This year’s edition brings you an interesting cocktail of styles and approaches: There’s the large-scale, textural portraits of Andrew Woolbright, the psychological studies of Marti Jones Dixon and most importantly, the mouthwatering symbolist paintings of Greg Decker. The gallery boasts that Decker “defines” everything this exhibit is about. Find out why this Saturday.