Adam Waymouth

Whilst teaching at a school in Luxor, Egypt, Waymouth collected withering palm leaves and banana skins from the surrounding area, and placed them to dry on his bright white roof, meticulously photographing all the stages of their decomposition under the scalding sun.

This botanical experiment has transformed these simple natural forms into complex and tactile objects, which take on a charged symbolic meaning, inspired by ancient Egyptian mythology. Waymouth challenges our perception of decay, underlining the beauty and significance of natural waste.

Grief Is A Thing With Feathers

Adam Waymouth

Grief Is A Thing With Feathers

£3,600.00

Adam Waymouth

 

£3000 + VAT unframed

 

Grief Is A Thing With Feathers

 

Gelatin silver bromide print

82 x 109.5 cm


Edition of 5

 

'Smoke and Ashes' Series, Luxor, 2017

Let Your Tongue Become That Flower

Adam Waymouth

Let Your Tongue Become That Flower

£3,600.00

Adam Waymouth

 

£3000 + VAT unframed

 

Let Your Tongue Become That Flower

 

Gelatin silver bromide print

82 x 109.5 cm


Edition of 5

 

'Smoke and Ashes' Series, Luxor, 2017

Homage to Rory McEwen

Adam Waymouth

Homage to Rory McEwen

£3,600.00

Adam Waymouth

 

£3000 + VAT unframed

 

Homage to Rory McEwen


Gelatin silver bromide print

82 x 109.5 cm


Edition of 5

 

'Smoke and Ashes' Series, Luxor, 2017

Kharon Barge

Adam Waymouth

Kharon Barge

£3,600.00

Adam Waymouth

 

£3000 + VAT unframed

 

Kharon Barge

Gelatin silver bromide print

82 x 109.5 cm


Edition of 5

 

'Smoke and Ashes' Series, Luxor, 2017

Fossil Flower

Adam Waymouth

Fossil Flower

£3,600.00

Adam Waymouth

 

£3000 + VAT unframed

 

Fossil Flower


Gelatin silver bromide print

82 x 109.5 cm


Edition of 5

 

'Smoke and Ashes' Series, Luxor, 2017