When Stan Dubose and Robin Anne Cooper fell in together, it was't just a meeting of the hearts it was a meeting of two creative minds. The beginning of their journey together led to End of the Road Studios. The artistic couple is fortunate to share a beautiful studio/gallery space that they built on the historic DuBose family farm in Walhalla, SC. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the farmland serves as both artistic inspiration and homestead for the newlywed couple, two dogs, a wonderfully weird cat, and formally a fish named Flush. Everyone enjoys having family close by, whether they are on the adjoining farmland or in Robins native city of Clemson, barely a stones throw away.
These two eclectic, innovative, and award-winning artists have really carved out their own piece of paradise, and they welcome you to come visit their haven. The beautifully constructed studio/gallery/family guest space is whimsical, serene, and unpredictable in the most delightful sense of the word. Mixing both modern and antique, bizarre yet practical elements, (like a kitchen floor tiled with pennies or a horse trough for a bath tub), this space is a second home to the artists and a favorite gathering space of all their friends and patrons.
If you wish to make a visit to End of the Road Studios part of your trip to Upstate South Carolina or just a part of your weekend, contact us to make sure well be around. We keep artist hours.
End of the Road is a founding member of The Full Moon Artists, a group of professional craftspeople who live and work in Oconee County. The Full Moon Artists host semi annual studio tours and sales. See their website www.fullmoonartists.com for more information.