Erin Fritts grew up in Long Island, NY.
She has shown in Long Island at the Hecksher Museum, taught art classes at The Village Artist, and earned her BFA in Illustration at Rhode Island School of Design in 2011. During her time at RISD she focused on Art as a Source of Healing, which included an independent study and a ten week art therapy mentoring program with mentally disabled children.
With focus on arts for social justice, Erin has taught with organizations such as El Puente Leaders for Peace and Justice, Painting Lounge, Dream Yard, and Creative Artworks. Erin manages her visionary paintings and jewelry line under the name Meld & Heal. She actively participates in Art Shows in NYC, and recently won first place in multi media painting at Caumsett State Park in Long Island. Erin recently became certified to teach Hot Hatha Yoga this summer 2016. Erin is published in Creative Women Worldwide, by A.V. Yakupova. Erin currently resides in Harlem, where she is working on a mural with Creative Artworks at Global Community Charter School, and will begin teaching metal casting workshops at Pelham Arts Center this summer as well.