His primary objective: to trigger emotions. Completely self-taught, Leberloa is like his paintings: spontaneous, energetic, alive. Artist Hervé Di Rosa called him a "raving lunatic" brimming with life. And every canvas reflects this.
Over time, the artist has developed her own language. The eyes of her subjects, always large and round, represent the mirror of the soul; hands are often present, welcoming, shaking, sharing and embracing. The result is slightly tribal, joyful characters in dense, shimmering colors.
The artist speaks of a liberating figuration where the action of painting can sometimes take precedence over the result. And when we come face to face with one of Leberloa's canvases, we can feel all the vigor and energies being propelled. It's a transmission of emotions and passion.
"I'm afraid the 21st century is all about pathos and bling-bling. Fortunately, there's still art brut."