Angela Pilgrim's art practice lies within screen printing, risography and textile printing. Her inspiration draws from the subject of Black beauty and Womanhood and how it is perceived in the world. She expresses her story of Black womanhood in screenprinting coupled with various mixed media techniques. Many of her works show motifs of patterns, bold complimentary colors and illustration. She expands on these motifs by expressing the powerful identity of women across the African Diaspora.
Angela Pilgrim is a NJ based printmaker and founder of Fruishun Press Studio. Her work has been exhibited at Samford University, Jacksonville State University, Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African American Art, Frontline Arts and included in many private collections nationally and internationally. Her work has been featured in publications such as Pressing Matters and a Womb of Violet: An Anthology Pilgrim currently allocates her time working from and teaching at Fruishun Press Studio in Newark, NJ.