Upside-Down Drawing and Masg Art by internationally acclaimed artist L. R. Emerson II. L. R. Emerson II is credited with starting an international shift and movement in art across the planet and today Museums and Art Text publishers and Art Educators are grappling with Emerson’s influence on modern design and artmaking. Because of Emerson, art education, art conservators, collectors, as well as gallery and museum settings must accommodate the “two-view” or multi-directional composition pioneered by L. R. Emerson II.
“Many artists are now heading to where I am at artistically – and this is both rewarding and flattering but when they arrive they see I am no longer there; for I only exhibit mostly past works thus keeping my latest upside-down inventions for another day.” L. R. Emerson II, 2012
This artwork is a limited edition, commemorative poster offered as follows:
Fine Art prints Matted, Mounted or Framed Limited Edition size is 50.
Photographic Prints Limited Edition size is 50.
• In 2005, after having been kept secret for over two decades, Masg or Upside-Down Art was introduced to more than 500 galleries and in excess of 50 renowned museums worldwide including:
Tate Museum, London
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Musée du Louvre, Paris
The Museum of Modern Art, NYC
Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
Additionally, several videos were produced in the past three years and subsequently presented to the global community including the following:
Art is Art is Art by L R Emerson II
L R Emerson II Art
Art is Upside-Down by L R Emerson II
Art 21 L. R. Emerson II: Masg A New Art Movement
Art History by L. R. Emerson II
Math and Art – Music and Art
The Purple Tree: Art in a Boundless Age