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Adam Daley Wilson

Emerging painter, conceptual/New Genres artist, Lawyer

Job Artist + Lawyer

Lives In Arts District / Art Museum Area

Adam Daley Wilson is an emerging painter and conceptual / New Genres artist. His studio is in the arts district / art museum area of Portland Maine. Large and oversized text-based oil paintings; text installations; performance works. 2017 exhibitions in New York, London, and New York; works in private and corporate collections. He is also an emerging speaker and advocate for mental illness awareness, including issues of stigma, recovery and hope. He is also a Stanford-trained lawyer: Federal appellate and complex motion services for lawyers and law firms; art-law-business services, including mediation and dispute resolution, for artists and creatives, at all levels, across all genres.

Why did you choose Portland? Long story, but Portland sort of chose me! And I'm glad it did.

What do you like to do with out-of-towners? I love seeing the natural beauty of Maine's coastline through the eyes of friends who visit.

Where's your "happy place" on the peninsula? The Eastern Prom - ocean swimming in summer; playing sports with my children on the fields high above the water; sledding with them down those great hills in the winter.

Do you have a serendipity spot? Where do you always bump into good people? You can't go wrong at any of Portland's coffee spots.

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