Ginger Gilmour is inspired by her spirituality; each artwork presents an experimentation with fluidity, be it through light, colour or form. Her practice revels in ethereality, offering a sense of catharsis through three dimensional shapes. She says: “My work expresses the archetypal power of art to touch the heart and enlighten the spirit through inner beauty”.
In celebration of the London 2012 Summer Olympics, Gilmour created Swimmer, the piece shown here – a sculptural panel for Lloyds TSB’s Art of Sport. She also sculpted her famous 12-foot piece Flame of the Spirit, which was formerly on display at London’s Heathrow airport.
Gilmour’s latest book is Memoirs of the Bright Side of the Moon. It includes numerous never-before-seen photographs of Ginger and David Gilmour, their children, as well as her life-inspired original artwork. To find out more and to purchase the book, visit www.angelscript.com