After relocating from her hometown in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago in 2010, Emily Blythe Jones attended California State University Northridge and earned her Bachelor of Arts in 2013 and Master of Fine Arts in 2016. Under the tutelage of the heads of the Painting and Sculpture Departments, Samantha Fields and Christian Tedeschi, she explored a variety of materials and techniques in the interdisciplinary program. Jones has taught art courses at California State University Northridge and de Toledo High School. In August, 2017, she was inducted as a member in the Downtown Los Angeles artist run gallery, Monte Vista Projects. Her work has recently been exhibited in the "GLAMFA" exhibition at California State University Long Beach, in "S+P=A" at Surrogate Gallery Projects in Pasadena, CA, in the group show "Apple Pie" at Goodyear Arts in Charlotte, NC, and she currently has a selection of paintings in the traveling “Got it for Cheap” exhibition organized by Chris Rexroad and Charlie Roberts.