- Sculptor, Jeweler, Musician
- From Jemez Pueblo
- Creates Scultpres from Stone and Glass
- Best in Division at the Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market
- 1st place in sculpture at the Cherokee Indian Market!
- Rollin and Mary Ella King Native Artist Fellow
Adrian Wall is a renowned contemporary sculptor from Jemez Pueblo known for his incredible stone works that blend figurative and abstract imagery. Wall grew up in a family of talented artists—his mother is renowned potter Fannie Loretto and his siblings include potters Kathleen Wall and Marcus Wall—and was inspired to pursue art from an early age. Father worked in Clifford Fragua’s studio as a stone sculptor which inspired him to pursue the form. Though Wall works primarily in stone, he also creates some pieces in clay and bronze. His subject and themes are usually drawn from his Native American heritage and often include Pueblo pottery forms and symbols. Wall is one of the founding members of the Indigenous Sculptors Society, an elite group of Native American sculptors dedicated to the advancement of stone sculpture. Wall has taken home Best in Division at the Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market and First Place in sculpture at the Cherokee Indian Market in 2007. His work can be found in museums and private collections across the United States.