Kristan Chamberlain Fine Art Gallery – interview with me, Daniil Belov

Foreword

Recently I have met Kristan Chamberlain – owner of Chamberlain Fine Art gallery. From one side,
Kristan is as big admirer of realistic art as I am. She knows somehow everybody in American landscape
painters society (though, it is developed much more there than here in Russia. They communicate,
they have their own magazine, crowd plein air painting events).
Kristan is from the new generation of gallery business, which is mostly orientated to Internet. In this
new field it is not only important to find the best works of the best artists, but also to find buyers from
all parts of the world, using mostly only the internet.  One of the things Kristan is doing is a blog with
interesting for collectors interviews, news and advices, where is published the interview with me.
 
Interview
“A student of the traditional Russian school of art, Daniil Belov employs his classical training with an impressionistic stroke. His aim – to create paintings that dive beneath the surface of his canvas and the superficial layer of mere sense perception – ultimately reaching into that space where our deepest emotions reside.” Read further here


P.s.

To make this post more interesting, I will add couple of artworks from artists which can be found in the gallery.

Jill Soukup painting

 
 
 
Elizabeth W. Leary painting 
 
 
 
Denise La Rue Mahlke painting 


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