Art News - May 1950

Dudley Huppler is that rare person, a draftsman with a sense of humor, and his owl peering out of a box, or his frog perched on a melon, are genuinely amusing. He employs a myriad of fine pen strokes in building up the creatures which he observes, but manages to convey texture as well as solidity. His studies of plants, elder flowers, gloxinia and an avocado plant, explore the possibilities of interpretation of their forms into a different medium with complete success.