Stewart's collaboration with US artist Megan Chapman began in 2011. Since then they have worked on two collaborative series, standing side by side at one easel. No single piece is by Chapman or Bremner, all are the result of a true collaborative process, creating a fusion of both the artist’s styles and visions.
The pair’s latest series of works, A place called home, reflects both their search for home and the distance that separates them. In these paintings, the artists reconcile not only their different backgrounds but also their individual voices in their search. The cool colours of Scotland are balanced by the warmer ones of Arkansas. Graphite lines reflect the geology of both regions, as well as the trajectory of planes slicing through space and hint at the sense of being pulled in two different directions.