Adam Daley Wilson Artist
- Portland / Casco Bay Islands Maine
Via SaatchiArt.com --- Adam Daley Wilson is an emerging conceptual + pop artist blending cultural + art history references to explore the myths, realities + narratives of The American Experience. Themes of American society, culture + politics. Art as experimental investigation. 20 years as an artist + student of Western art history, intellectual history, and related traditions. A sustained track record of sophisticated collector sales. His art affords collectors complete control: Produce his works at any size, with any materials, with any media --- even on a building, via projection. For complete details about his art, visit SaatchiArt.com or adamdaleywilson.com.
Wilson investigates the possible truths of who we are, where we are, and why we are --- with art that is urgent, exciting, and beholden to no one --- and his works have been acquired at an increasing rate by collectors from Manhattan / New York City to Los Angeles / Hollywood, and his works are in collections in San Francisco, Washington, Chicago, Denver, Austin, Los Angeles / Hollywood, and New York City. Currently, his limited edition works sell between $500 and $3,500 (mid-2016).
About the Artist --- Adam Daley Wilson has lived and created in large and small American cities for over 25 years, including San Francisco, Washington, Philadelphia, and now Portland, Maine. From humble origins in a brutally small town, he is a self-made graduate of some of America's top schools --- The University of Pennsylvania and Stanford Law School --- and he is a lawyer who has practiced at some of the top law firms in the United States, including a law firm repeatedly ranked as the top litigation firm in America. He is a former appellate law clerk to a United States Federal Court of Appeals Judge, he is a former court mediator, and he is now a non-profit / public interest / civil rights attorney who represents one of the most discriminated-against populations in American society. He draws on all of this and more to create artworks about The American Experience that are beautiful, exciting, and are anticipated to remain relevant, absorbing, and thought-provoking not just today, but through future decades of time.