Leon Roulette, as a child, always had a love for the great outdoors and became interested in painting at a very early age. These two elements combined to give rise to the extraordinary and vibrant artist that he is today. His work is reminiscent of the romantic landscape painters of the 18th and 19th Century. Leon attains mystic intimacy with the subjects of his paintings, whether it be a remote windswept mountain range in Alaska, the picturesque Spanish Missions of California, a panorama of the French or Italian Riviera, or the baroque and roccoco style architecture of Venice. Roulette's translation of these vistas onto canvas gives the viewer a visual feast of the beauty and the wonder that is Nature. More.