A Commitment to Art Preservation Drives Baryn Futa

January 17, 2018
 
In addition to conventional ways of expanding on his knowledge of the arts, Baryn Futa also has invested heavily in a constantly growing art collection. That collection has grown so substantial, he now regularly loans works to prominent museums and galleries all over the country and the world. In addition to that contribution to art preservation, Baryn Futa also hopes that a high level of patronage will encourage more people to appreciate the arts at least as much as he does now. That should make many more people feel better about helping him preserve it for the ages.

Baryn Futa sincerely believes that too few people understand and appreciate the important role that the fine arts play in every human society, as an important reminder to future generations of where they had once been. Far too often, art is taken for granted and not appreciated properly as a priority and Baryn Futa hopes to change that attitude among as many as possible with his support of the fine arts, both as a benefactor no an investor.

Baryn Futa Believes Art Defines a Society

June 25, 2017
 
From the perspective of art lover Baryn Futa, it is impossible to overstate the value of the arts on any society. That is because art is always a necessary and defining element of any culture; the element that serves as a connecting point between one society and another. The arts are an essential touchstone from ancient times to the modern day. In the same way, today’s art will be a touchtone that will connect us to our descendants. We also have to preserve the art of the past as a show of respect to our ancestors. Our grandchildren are depending on us to preserve as much art as possible for them.
 
Based on Baryn Futa’s view of the arts, art museums and art preservation in general are phenomenally  important. After all, fine art represents where a society is, which is why Baryn has a strong desire to preserve that for the ages. He wants more people to appreciate the arts as much as he does. Since preservation is his main motivation for developing and maintaining his own large and impressive art collection, he tries to share his pieces with museums as possible. Art is what defines society and we owe it to our children and grandchildren to preserve art for them.