Felicity Faulkner Make Haste Slowly


An eclectic mix of images made from found and unconventional materials, such as cuttlefish ink, collected by Felicity during her stay.

The exhibition was intended as a swift, random and lighthearted response to an environment that the artist was not previously familiar with - to demonstrate that something can be made out of nothing.  Mediums include cuttlefish ink, raspberry juice and indigo pigment.


Felicity Faulkner studied at Chelsea School of Art and the Slade. Her work has been shown in the US, UK and Europe. She lives in New York. For more information see