Just Karl's Productive Years

During Karl’s most productive years, he made a diverse range of artworks employing several techniques that he had developed. An identifiable technique utilized by the artist bears a striking resemblance to Jackson Pollock’s approach, involving the application of many layers of dribbled latex house paint, which are subsequently coated with thin coats of acrylic paint. The artist also employed a process that involves utilizing concentric circles and employing automatic surrealism to discover imagery within the negative space, guided by their imagination and the intersections of lines. Occasionally, Karl produced paintings that were executed in a more dramatic manner, yet consistently demonstrated his fervor for the sense of motion.