Emily works from her printmaking studio on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park. She creates original etchings and monoprints using traditional printmaking techniques. The artworks are printed from copper and steel etching plates, either using acid to etch the marks within the surface of the metal or by taking a single impression directly from the metal plate.

"Living in this landscape has led me to a process of digging this work out from the wild places in my heart and soul!"

Like the Scottish writer Nan Shepherd, Emily is inspired by this wild land. The deeper Nan went into the life of the mountain, the more she learned about her own.

Watch the Film about Emily's creative process by clicking the link below

Emily Crookshank: Weight Within A Mark

A Johnny Birbeck film, commissioned by GrandyArt

Emily Crookshank studied at The Glasgow School of Art and exhibits widely across the UK. Her work has been shown at the Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition, selected by the reknowned printmaker Norman Ackroyd for The Original Print Show and selected by The Royal Society of Painter Printmakers for annual exhibitions including 'The Masters'. Emily has been Artist in Residence for Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair in London and CIRCLE Contemporary Gallery in Cornwall and was awarded a grant from Arts Council England towards developing her creative practice.

b. 1989 Guildford UK

Studied Fine Art Painting and Printmaking at The Glasgow School of Art (2007-2011)

My prints and drawings can be seen at the following galleries:

Eames Fine Art Studio

54 – 58 Tanner Street (Entrance on Pope Street)
London SE1 3PH

T +44 (0)207 407 6561 (by appointment)



New Kings House, 136 - 144 New Kings Rd,

London, SW6 4LZ

T +44 (0) 7789 264 998 (by appointment)


Melt Gallery

14 Bonnethill Rd

Pitlochry PH16 5BS

T +44 (0) 7557 518 585​


Hatton House Art & Design

5 Bridge Street

Dunkeld PH8 0AH

T +44 (0) 7513648442


CIRCLE Contemporary

Hawksfield, Atlantic Highway (A39)

Cornwall PL27 7LR

T +44 (0) 7931 611 959


Current & Forthcoming Exhibitions

Heart in the Highlands, Melt Gallery, PITLOCHRY