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Margot Rogers is an Illustrator whose work has been featured in several publications, including The Four Hour Chef by Tim Ferriss,  Destiny’s Escape and most recently, Teddy the Shelter Dog. Margot has been commissioned to illustrate large scale murals for the Ipswich Agricultural Council, Beverly Main Streets, and private collectors. She regularly creates artwork inspired by nature, cooking, travel, animals and children and is hard at work on writing her first children’s book.

Margot is also the co-owner of the Wallpusher Company where together with her husband Matthew they create sculptural guitars and finely crafted products. In addition to commissioned artwork, the couple has grown the arts in their community through multiple initiatives and partnerships. In 2012, Matthew and Margot started “The Beverly Art Walk” in collaboration with the owners of creative businesses. The team was commissioned in 2012 to create the “Revitalization Mural” installation by Beverly Main Streets to improve the façade of a major landmark in the city and also in 2015 to participate in “Art Grows Here” exhibits.  Margot has received several mural grants from Mass Cultural Council, was awarded an an Assets for Artists Grant, and with her husband has created several installations for commercial spaces from thirty foot welded figures in California to permanent murals and sculptures.

Margot studied Visual Arts at The Tufts School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Montserrat College of Art, Philosophy at Oxford University and Gordon College. She also received her T.E.F.L. (Teaching English as a Foriegn Language) Certificate from Trinity Oxford in Barcelona and was awarded the D.E.L.E. (Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera) for Spanish proficiency at La Complutense, Madrid. Margot taught English as a Foreign Language for two years in Spain, and one year as an Americorps Fellow stateside. In addition to her artwork,  Margot has worked as a Marketing Consultant for MIT, Mass Family, and Christians in the Visual Arts. She has taught online classes on Marketing your Art in collaboration with The Grove Center for the Arts.

Margot enjoys dividing her time between illustration and sculpture in their 1800s New England barn in coastal Gloucester, MA.

Margot can be contacted at margot@margotrogers.com