It was just a year ago that Nashville lost renowned painter Murat Kaboulov. A master of color and a wizard of painterly, expressive style, Kaboulov was trained in Russian academic tradition but moved between genres effortlessly. Because of his technical mastery, Kaboulov's brush flourished in any subject matter, creating a body of work so diverse that it's hard to take in at once. LeQuire Gallery will host a series of discussions that help categorize his numerous works into different genres of painting. They begin tonight with a special visit from Kaboulov's wife, Marina, who will discuss her late husband's series of bold, abstract portraiture called Faces. The couple met while Marina worked at a museum, so she brings personal insight and art expertise into a conversation about his life's passion. Over 36 of Kaboulov's paintings will be on view.