On the corner of Rush and Mission you'll find a house that is home to one very interesting lady.
Vajra Engber is the owner of a home based business called ''The Whole Creative Process.'' That’s where she holds classes in her home for aspiring artists of all ages.
She uses a home studio mini gallery. Engber is a practicing artist, but when she’s not making her own creations, she teacher.
She's a sweet lady, but don't mistake the class for just play time. Vajra is serious about her art, and she wants people to feel the same way. Showing up on time is a must, and being creative is a close second. Currently she's signing up art students for the summer break.
Vajra has been teaching local artists for many, many years. Her class caters to artists from the age of three all the way up to teenage years, and it never ceases to amaze her how much talent there is in this town.
“There's just so many talented kids in this town. I also have an adult program and they are very talented as well,” said Engber.
Wherever she can find students that share her passion for art, they're welcome at Vajra's place.
The workshops take place in the front room of the home. It's folksy, and Fayetteville Funky, and definitely a cool place to being learning The Whole Creative Process.
For more information on the art class call (479) 442-7003 or email email@example.com