When he can, Scotka tries to learn the story behind the materials he gathers for his projects.
“It’s neat to see the story it has with it … a time when the world was a little simpler,” he said. “Now, 150 years later people remove these barns and cabins and it’s going to serve another purpose for another 150 years. I try to pass the story on.”
Brian Scotka uses reclaimed metal to make unique furniture. Becky Campbell/Johnson City Press
via Johnson City Press: Artist turns old scraps into new wonders.