Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Scot Kellersberger has enjoyed working with metal all his life. Recently settling on a small farm outside of Salvisa, Kentucky, one of the first items on the agenda was to build a studio where Scot could have the room to craft his metal art. Drawing ideas from daily life, Scot take everyday scenes and immortalizes them in fire and metal. He is particularly interested in equine related settings ranging from pastoral to racing. His interest in composite structures brings together various skills including design, plasma cutting, welding, digital photography and an vivid imagination; all of which allow him to capture everyday surroundings in the lasting media of metal. He and his wife Laura and their children own thoroughbred horses and are enjoying the friendship and community feeling of living in the Bluegrass.
The Kentucky Farm Bureau's Bluegrass and Backroads program featured the Kellersberger's on July 11, 2011. You can view the video at bluegrassandbackroads.com.