Andrea Peterson
Anne Covell
Annwyn Dean
Bryan Kring
David Moyer
Elizabeth Boyne
Elizabeth Munger
Jenny Craig
Jessica Spring
Karen Zimmermann
Katherine Venturelli
Kunyoung Chang
Laura Ladendorf
Lisa Miles
Louisa Boyd
Marc Addison Brown
Marianne Dages
Mary Uthuppuru
Mary V. Marsh
Megan Adie
Meryl DePasquale
Michael Sharp
Mike Sonnichsen
Nanette Wylde
Poppy Dully
Richard Steiner
Sarah Langworthy
Sarah Smith
Stephanie Copoulos-Selle
Thomas Parker Williams
Tom Virgin
Turner Hilliker
Ugly Duckling Press


Poppy Dully

Portland, Oregon, United States


O. Henry Stories

paper, ink, found materials

7.25 x 8.25 x 1.5

edition size: 1

© 2013


Using two classic O.Henry Stories, I created and printed eight monotypes for “The Cop and The Anthem” and eight monotypes for “The Ransom of Red Chief”. The monotypes were printed with oil based ink on the original pages of the library edition of O.Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories for 1922. The monotype pages were mounted on Arches paper, accordion style, one story on the front and one on the back, and rebound in the book’s original cover.

Poppy Dully is a painter and printmaker living in Portland, Oregon. Poppy studied design and cultural anthropology at UC Berkeley, received a MPH from UCLA, and worked for over 20 years in fundraising and non profit management. Poppy explores the relationship of storytelling in film and books in her altered and handmade books. Sometimes it is the discovery of a second hand book that connects her to a film and other times it is the moving images of the film that connects her to a book.

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