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Kathy Pigg

Kathy Pigg
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Kathy Pigg (who uses the pseudonym Kathryn Cramer Brown for her art and poetry) is a retired United Methodist minister living in Bridgewater, Virginia. Her “Stations of the Cross: The Weight of Dust” was on exhibit at the Oxnam Chapel of the Wesleyan Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. during the spring and summer of 2008. Kathy is a member of EEWC, and many will remember the open art studio she led throughout the 2006 EEWC Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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