Art by Eryn.
Upcoming Exhibitions
  1. SEPTEMBER 1- DOWNTOWN FRESNO ART HOP!
    I am in my studio this month for Art Hop! My NEW artworks will be on display. Also, I now have PRINTS for sale as well as Art by Eryn Merchandise! Complimentary snacks and beverages will be available. Address: Broadway Studios- Studio 12 1416 Broadway St, Fresno, CA 93721 5PM- 8PM Come visit me! I am so excited to share all of the new additions to Art by Eryn!
  2. PAINT PARTIES & MORE!
    I am booking up fast! Please contact me to book your paint party today. I have hosted Birthday Parties, Retirement Parties, Baby Showers, Girls Nights, and more! I would love to put the ART in your PARTY! Also, the holidays are just around the corner. Contact me for a one-of-a-kind gift for your loved one! eryn.create@hotmail.com Facebook: Art by Eryn or Eryn Lovik
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My name is Eryn Williams.
Hello
I am 28 years old and I have done and tried several things in my life such as: playing golf professionally, giving golf lessons, playing instruments (piano and saxophone), and working in graphic design.  My heart and soul have always led me back to one thing- art!  I have been painting, sketching, and creating all sorts of artworks since I was 5. High School was when I started displaying my work in shows and entering them into contests. My creative side led me to earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design and Art Studio from UC Davis. Needless to say, art allows me to express my feelings in a unique way, relaxes my mind, and has allowed me to connect to others.


My dad was always resistant in accepting my passion for art until he had a stroke 9 years ago. He was a full leader and an outgoing and active man. Due to his stroke he was put on disability and spent a lot of time at home. He was losing his spirit and I noticed it more as time passed.  It was then I was able to connect with him through my ability. Together, we sat at his kitchen table and I taught him how to paint in all sorts of mediums. He became obsessed with painting new pictures and would call me asking for advice (something I was always used to asking him for). He passed away in 2014. I am so grateful and truly blessed to have those last memories with him and that I had the chance to show him that my passion had a purpose.

Well, I have decided I want to spread this amazing feeling to others! I hope my artwork connects to you.