Los Angeles, CA, March 14, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Three recent artworks by Adam Daley Wilson, an American Pop / Conceptual artist, will appear as part of the set for the second season of The Carmichael Show, the critically-acclaimed and highly popular prime time situation comedy series produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television for the National Broadcasting Company ("NBC"). The series began its second season on NBC on March 13, 2016.
Wilson is best known for creating his "Pop Con" or "Popcon" artworks, which blend pop art and conceptual art to comment on aspects of American culture, society, politics, and media. His works are large (up to 10 feet by 10 feet), they employ ready-made stenciling to layer and juxtapose words and meanings, and they are both striking and instantly recognizable as a result of their geometrical form.
"As an emerging pop, popcon, and conceptual artist, I am grateful and thrilled that several of my works are part of the set design for The Carmichael Show this season," says Adam Daley Wilson, who sold the works to Twentieth Century Fox Television in late 2015 for the show's use.
Twentieth Century Fox Television discovered Wilson's artwork on Saatchi Art, the leading international internet gallery for emerging artists worldwide.
Wilson, whose limited edition digital popcon works consistently sell in the range of $500 to $3,500, added: "When I first coined the term 'Popcon' and 'Pop Con' in 2011 to describe my experimental blends of pop and conceptual art, I could not have imagined a moment like this. I try to create art that does more than just look pretty on a wall -- I try to create art that will make the viewer think. I'm fortunate that someone wanted to acquire my works for this very reason."
About Adam Daley Wilson:
Adam Daley Wilson is an American Pop / Conceptual Artist who has sold works across multiple mediums to collectors in San Francisco, Washington, Chicago, Denver, Austin, and Los Angeles / Hollywood. He is currently also a finalist for a large-scale licensing project with an internationally-known art consulting firm.
He has lived and created in large and small American cities for over 25 years, including San Francisco, Washington, Philadelphia, and now Portland / Peaks Island, Maine. From humble origins in a small town, he is a 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 federal appellate law clerk to a United States 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.