Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition

Life

Adam Walls
Hope Mills, NC
2012
Painted Steel
150” x 120” x 90”
The Dance by Wayne Vaughn
The Dance by Wayne Vaughn
The Dance by Wayne Vaughn

Artist Comments

As an educator with over a decade of teaching experience, Wall’s dedication to his students is embodied in his pedagogy. He covers a variety of subjects that include steel fabrication, plaster casting and carving, wood working, the creation of volumetric forms using found objects, stone carving, and the creation of functional art and sculptural prosthetics. His teaching philosophy promotes students to find their own voice and to make use of a variety of materials to do so.

About the Artist

Adam Walls has taught at UNC-Pembroke since 2007. His previous teaching experience includes Limestone College , USC-Upstate, and an assistantship with Winthrop University. Before teaching at the college level, Adam taught for six years in the public school system, three years for art centers and other private institutions, and operated his own ceramics studio where he taught pottery and won numerous awards for his ceramics as well as his wood working and steel fabricated sculptures.

He received his MFA in Sculpture from Winthrop University in 2005 and his BA in Art Education from Limestone College in 1996. He is a member of College Art Association and Tri-State Sculptors. Wall’s sculpture has been exhibited in numerous sculpture parks and sculpture exhibitions across the country. His current work is predominantly monumentally scaled steel fabricated forms which often reflect his interest in escapist fantasy.

For more information, visit http://adamwallssculpture.com