LITTLE ROCK, Ark(KTHV)- For the past decade, the Kramer School has given artists a place to live at low cost as well as studio space to create. But, the fate of this artists co-op could be in question.
Little Rock Artist Erin Lorenzen is worried about her home's future.
"Everything in here is made from recycled materials, from things from my family, from my travels."
For the past eight years, Lorenzen has worked and lived out of this downtown loft.
"It's given me a space to create, it's given me a space to start a business, to run a business. To have a home base in the heart of downtown Little Rock."
The fate of her space now in question. The building will go on the auction block next week.