Video has not been digitized and is not available for online viewing.
14:35; b&w; sound; V-78 CA173; S. 828
This is a film about artist Lou Van Dercar. An on-camera host, with microphone in hand, interviews Van Dercar at work in his home/studio. He produced "modern-style" paintings that were impressionistic and imitative of Dali, Picasso and Pollock. His sculpture is in different mixes of concrete with many Tiki-god or Easter Islands-type heads popular as decor in Polynesian restaurants. Produced by FDC.
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