About Ginger Gilmour
Born and brought up in the USA. Ginger Gilmour moved to England in the early 1970s. In 1975 she married David Gilmour, lead guitarist of Pink Floyd. During the next ten years she spent her life as a wife and the raising of her four children. While silently her creative artistic talent was developing in doing the stage sets for the children school plays and costumes and birthday parties.
Her first involvement with the creative and therapeutic benefits through the `Art of Creative Living` started with analysis in New York with Dr Werner Engel in the late 80s. Under his advice, she continued in Jungian Therapy in London with Dr Gerhard Adler, and later, his wife until the early 90s.
For over ten years she trained in life drawing with Cecil Collins at the City University of London, and in sculpture at the Rudolf Steiner Sculpture Studio in West Sussex. She is also a Mental Colour Therapist, trained with Lily Cornford for over fifteen years. She has taught and practiced in England, Switzerland, Italy and in the USA.
Ginger Gilmour is a past Trustee of the Mental Colour Therapy School of Healing. In 2005 she was elected member to the fund-raising Committee of the Red Cross, for their `A Celebration of Humanity` Gala. She has received the `Ambassador of Peace` award in 2006 from the Universal Peace Foundation. In 2006 she was awarded the Certificate of Commendation for outstanding presentation at the CHELSEA RHS Flower Show. Then in 2007 she received a special award for `Services to Humanity` from the Red Cross International Fundraising Committee for her installation for the East Meets West Ball and her fund-raising.