Emily Blythe grew up just outside of Grandvalley, Ontario in a beautiful country wonderland where she sang to horses and watched the bumblebees. Often inspired by nature and the landscapes around her. She left Ontario and received an education from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, where she met and fell in love with the ocean and rugged landscape. Emily spent a semester in 2010 in Scotland, drawn to its vast and barren highlands and it’s overall distinct geography. She has since returned to Ontario and currently lives in Toronto, where she also has her studio. Emily has worked and continues to work in a wide range of mediums. Currently she’s been focusing on watercolour but still dabbles in small scale sculpture and occasionally in pinhole photography.