Margot Soltice is a fourth generation Edmontonian, born in 1964. She relocated to her childhood summer stomping ground, Pigeon Lake area with her husband and children in 1998. She works in watercolour, pen and ink, mixed media, mosaics and clay sculpture. Her art education includes classes with the U of A Faculty of Extension, private lessons, and she is, to a large degree, self taught. Margot played an instrumental part in the production of the mosaic piece, “Everything Moves, Nothing Stands Still”, located in the Edmonton International Airport. She has taught art to hundreds of home-schooled, after-school and privately schooled children of all ages, as well as adults. As a member of the Pigeon Lake Artists Society, Margot has participated in their locally acclaimed yearly show. Her works in other shows include Edmonton’s Arts on the Ave gallery, and Art Walks, at both Pigeon Lake and Edmonton.