I've finally gotten around to photographing the last of my Kenda paintings. It is the smallest of a set of three - all different sizes - depictions of horses on a carousel. As are most, if not all, of Karl's smaller paintings, it is acrylic on canvas.
It is most definitely one of his earliest efforts. I have written on the back "1963-4", which must have been told to me by his widow, Ann. I hadn't even met Karl for another five or six years.
It's obvious to me that he was still working on what I consider to be his later, signature style, during his Cosmic or Psychedelic Period, as I have termed that stage of his development as an artist.