About the Artist
Krystal was born in Staten Island, NY and moved to the Poconos as a teenager, where she currently resides. By the end of 2020, Krystal will have graduated from Bryn Mawr College, an all Women's school and one of the Seven Sister Schools in the country, with a degree in Philosophy and a minor in Psychology. Krystal teaches Yoga as well and received her 200 hr certification in December 2018. She also has specialty certifications in Chair Yoga and Yoga for anxiety. She is of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent, and is the first generation of her family to be born in the United States.
Krystal has always been an artist but has had an interesting relationship with her work. As a teenager Krystal began drawing but quickly realized this was not her preferred medium. In 2014, she began working with acrylic paint and fell in love right away, and in December 2019 she began making digital art as well. Krystal has not taken formal art classes, but prefers to learn through experimentation and studying other artists and their work. It took her several years of creating before she felt comfortable enough to show her work, but now she is excited to share her paintings, work with other creatives, and connect with like-minded individuals. Enchanted Krystal Art officially began in March 2020. Krystal is very passionate and dedicated when it comes to this endeavor and can't wait to see what the future holds for her creative business.
When Krystal is not painting, she enjoys doing yoga, meditating, reading, writing, learning, thinking, hiking, growing, being herself, working on herself, being a GirlBoss, excelling at her goals, and spreading love.
Lastly, Krystal deeply appreciates any and all support for Enchanted Krystal Art. Thank you so much for being here and supporting her work.
As an artist, I aspire to remind people of the beauty of life and inspire them to stay curious enough to continue searching for that beauty. Much of my artwork has dreamy elements to it, such as non-natural colors and other-worldly landscapes, for two main reasons- (1) they are images I see during meditation, and/or (2) I want to emphasize the dreaminess of life itself. For me personally, I am most easily able to connect to the beauty of life when I am in nature and during spiritual practices, such as yoga and meditation, so much of my work is inspired by these things. I hope that my artwork can invite others to connect to the beauty within and without, and hope that it makes viewers tap into the idea that they have the ability to mold and shape their life in any way they wish, and their life does not need to look like anyone else’s or follow anyone else’s rules. To live and learn is a blessing. Love and beauty can be found in the smallest moments. These are the ideas I wish to communicate through my art.