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WhAt a beautiful name 



Latest body of work in fruition, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NAME, motivated by the Creator of creations – every painted sky, every painted sea, aerial perspective when land freely meets the sea and tones that exists to give Him glory. It isn't always easy to find inspiration. It escapes you more often than it occurs. The more you consciously seek for it the more you lose it. The more you grab onto it, the lesser you receive. But it turns out we were going after the wrong thing.


While these pieces embody warmth and a calming ambiance to the space which it will hang, bringing the outside world inside, the collection is a visual response to the Creator's revelations of love and truth, reminders of unchanging promises otherwise forgotten or obliterated by what is current and seen. 

Painting has allowed Morales to imagine exploration, and she channels this into her distinct expressionist abstract, soft color palette across the canvas, working in gestural, intuitive all-over approach.  In this collection, Morales created art that she feels must exist in sharing messages of living hope and victories in a world that is increasingly divisive and hostile – The Harvest is Plentiful, Drowned in Perfect Love, All That Was Lost Has Found Its Place, Love Came Down & He'll Do It Again, Breakthroughs After Breakthroughs, Where Feet May Fail, Alive Because He Lives, Who Spun the Stars into Its Place & Calls You By Name, Making Rivers in the Dessert, Breathing into My Direction. 

Own pieces of her wide imagination, and see the world differently through her unique artworks. Make your place a new home for her paintings.

May we never loose our wonder, wide eye and mystified, may we be just like a child, staring at the beauty of our King.


Moving into different seasons ignites change to trial new color palettes. Ytal Morales' artworks wish to see more.... muted tones, interesting layers, textured areas, quiet spaces, playful strokes, soft edges and loose marks. How could she bring stories, beauty of imperfections, things she loves doing and places she loves seeing into her art?

Note that each piece from our collection release is intended to be one of its kind, uniquely created and will not be replicated by the artist. All pieces could be displayed in an orientation that fits your interpretation and will be signed at the back for authentication.


Krystal "Ytal" Cruz Morales - BIOGRAPHY (2020);

• -- You see a dot. She sees an object floating in the vastness of the universe. Krystal "Ytal" started her fascination with arts when she was just seven years old. Her love for colors grew from crayons to pastels giving life to collection of her art works at a young age. Gained influence from Belarus most colorful painter, Leonid Afremov, and Father of Abstract Expressionism, Dutch artist Willem De Kooning, she was able to create vivid scenes and figures of bright colors putting her own touches of simplicity and sophistication in every strokes. Essentially, the journey to artistry and colors became more evident when she discovered Acrylic as a new medium and started painting on canvases. The colorful bright colors continued, but on subtle and perceptive interpretations - the Abstracts.


Distinctive as her abstract creations were, Ytal's work became redolent in contrast to straightforward and traditional paintings. Apart from that, she also managed to learn crafts from Polymer clays. These instances opened opportunities for commissioned arts which eventually turned into small scale business. In 2016, Ytal started exploring the beauty of nature and culture through travelling, both local and international places. The cool colors of beaches during summer. The fiery images produced by autumn leaves. The vibrancy and calmness of the deep ocean and corals. All these experiences gave way to a new perspective not only to the way she sees life, but also to how she creates her art pieces.


Her deep inclination to colorful finishes slowly turned into neutral accent colors translated to thin and thick brush strokes, sharp and shallow pallette knife nudges. She found her own style, her own palette of colors, and her own art works' identity that reflects her positive bubbly character. While pursuing a design related career, she decided to venture into selling pieces of her art works. Prior to that, she realized that there is a market for art lovers like her, people who appreciate paintings in particular.


Because of that, in July 2020, she released her first series of Acrylic paintings on stretched canvas called "PLACES WE GO" which she showcased the drone photographs captured during her travels, giving her own distinct touch of neutral colors. Ytal, an expressionist and abstract painter. Own pieces of her wide imagination, and see the world differently through her unique art works. Make your place a new home for her paintings.

Credits: Words and photography by Michael Ramos Morales

Mock-up Photos: Pinterest

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