Krystle Cole is an artist and published author who lives and works from her home-based studio in Wichita, Kansas. She is currently focusing on further developing two bodies of artwork – abstract paintings and visionary impressionist paintings of pets, people, and landscapes. "My visionary impressionist paintings can pretty much be thought of as Impressionism 2.0. I paint what I observe with my eyes, like the classical Impressionists did, but I also paint what I feel emotionally and sense intuitively."
Krystle regularly participates in both regional and international exhibitions. Most notably, her book 'Lysergic' was included in an exhibit at the New Museum in New York City, and her painting entitled 'Lysergic Mandala' was featured in an exhibit in London, England. She also often shows her work at juried fine art fairs and music festivals throughout the Midwest.
Krystle has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree in Psychology. She is the founder of NeuroSoup, which is an internationally renowned drug harm reduction organization. Plus, her book 'Lysergic' is on track to be made into a feature film in the next few years.