Its first objective: to trigger emotions. Completely self-taught, Leberloa resembles his painting, spontaneous, energetic, alive. The artist Hervé Di Rosa will say of him that he is a "berserk" who overflows with life. And every canvas shows it.
The artist has developed his own language over time. The eyes of his subjects, always large and round, represent the mirror of the soul; the hands are often present, they welcome, shake, share, kiss. The result is characters that are a little tribal, happy, with dense and shimmering colors. The artist tells us about a liberating figuration where the action of painting can sometimes prevail over the result. And when we find ourselves facing a canvas of Leberloa, we can feel all the vigor and energies being propelled. It is a transmission of emotions and passion.
“I fear the 21st century is just pathos or bling-bling. Fortunately, there is still art brut. "