Margeaux Lucas was born on Halloween, so she loves spooky things like black cats, full moons, and very starry nights. She began drawing constantly from age four, amazing her friends with pictures of people and animals, especially horses, which were her favorite. Her love of picture books came from the many hours she spent before bedtime reading from the collection at her grandmother's house. As a teenager she loved fashion, but found that she was better at drawing than sewing. She studied Graphic Design in school, but is largely self-taught as an illustrator. Margeaux loves to travel, and three of her favorite cities are Paris, London and New York, her current home. Margeaux's work reflects her love of fashion, nature, and the many shapes, sizes and colors that people come in, plus the constant exuberance of children.|
Shown below are some of her recent projects, Out and About: A Tale of Giving by Liza Wiemer (Kalaniot Books), Sally Opened Doors: The Story of the First Woman Rabbi by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso (Apples & Honey Press), The Peach Pit Parade: A World War I Story by Shana Keller (Sleeping Bear Pr), My Little Golden Book About Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Shana Corey (Golden Books), Judy Led the Way by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso (Behrman House), Shorty Schwartz by Dishy Schiffman (Menucha Publishers), Sit Down, Little Prince! by Jean Colebank (Saddle Point Publishing), Rachel's Roses by by Ferida Wolff (Holiday House), Regina Persisted by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso (Apples & Honey Press), Dancing Dinos Go to School and Dancing Dinos at the Beach, both by Sally Luca (Random House Books), Abby's Asthma and the Big Race by Theresa Golding (Albert Whitman & Company), Alpha Betti by Carlene Morton (Upstart Books), and The Aliens Have Landed at Our School! by Kenn Nesbitt (Meadowbrook).
See more of Margeaux's art:
Margeaux's personal website
Directory of Illustration