Leo Naugler was born in 1956 in Camperdown, Lunenberg County, Nova Scotia. He is one of the three famous Naugler Brothers. worked for the Department of Highways and had his own auto bodyshop. Leo began carving and painting folk art in January of 1989 after meeting and being inspired by Eddie Mandaggio. Leo's work can also be found in the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, The DeBrisay Museum in Bridgewater, N.S. and in collections throughout North America and Europe. He was featured in the National Film Board of Canada video "Folk Art Found Me," the T.V. show "Weird Wheels,"and on the 1997 poster for the Nova Scotia Folk Art Society. Unfortunately, Leo has been unable to carve in the last few years due to arthritis. His work is becoming increasing difficult to find. References: Nova Scotia Folk Art Society, A Joyous Vision ( 1995), Inge Hatton, The Spotted Frog and Leo, himself.