Ginger Ferrell became obsessed with stained glass in Florida in the early 1970s when she began working with copper foil to create plant forms. She moved to London in 1983 where she embraced the Arts & Crafts tradition of leaded, acid etched, stained and painted antique glass. Debora Coombs opened a door for her into free-style glass painting using propylene glycol. Master Classes at North Lands Creative Glass in Lybster, Scotland introduced her to the world of fusing.
As a member of the Women’s International Glass Network, she has exhibited in Japan, New Zealand, Ireland, Canada, America, England, Australia, and France.
Returning to the USA in 2008, Ginger now works from her home studio in the woods north of Charlottesville, Virginia. Her current work explores ways of incorporating fusing into architectural glass and exploring new techniques and reactions with Bullseye glass.