Adam Wilson is a conceptual artist who lives and works in the arts district
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Adam Daley Wilson is a contemporary conceptual artist. His studio is two blocks from the Portland Museum of Art in the downtown arts district. Wilson's text-based work manifests in oil painting, video, multi-media, installations, and performance art. He is represented by Aspect / Ratio Projects Gallery in Chicago, where he has recently exhibited in both group and solo shows. He has also exhibited at art fairs in New York and London, and his works are in private and corporate collections in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Miami, and more. He also serves on the board of directors of the Portland Maine-based The Yellow Tulip Project, a non-profit that works with US and international teenagers to end mental illness stigma. Wilson is a self-taught artist with traditional degrees from Stanford Law and Penn. His art is informed in part by his living for two decades with bipolar 1.
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