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Drawing has always been an important part of making art for Steuart Bremner. His pile of sketchbooks is taller than himself.
He uses drawings like a computer modeling program. He imagines a sculpture, but instead of using Illustrator or AutoCad, he makes marks on paper. He primarily uses a fine pencil, repeating and overlaying lines to defines forms and shadows. Layered like a photoshop document, they still are as flat as a computer screen.
Bremner has turned many of his sculptural ideas into paintings. These series, like Sculpture I'll Never Have to Make continue to ask questions about the nature of objects in space and on paper and screen.