How Art Should be Appreciated: Baryn Futa’s Mission

March 20, 2022
 
These days, Baryn Futa has a strong belief that the arts definejust about any culture, which is why art appreciation and preservation should serve as a key element of our society. t is the only way to preserve and communicate our culture to future generations. After all, the art of the past puts us in touch with our ancestors in a way that nothing else can. Today’s art will serve as a connection between our generation and the generations that come after. That makes art preservation a critical task, which is why Baryn Futa is motivated to be a prominent arts benefactor.

Baryn Futa’s love of fine art is a relatively recent development, given that it took until he was retired and began to work with the Denver Art Museum. There, he became an art aficionado, only a lot more. The appreciation he has for the tremendous importance of the arts is stunning in its intensity, given that it’s still relatively new. Starting with his attendance at art fairs and museum exhibitions and anything else he could find, his love of art has grown almost into an obsession. And he really wants everyone to appreciate art as much as he, so he proselytizes on the arts as much as possible.

The Importance of Baryn Futa and the Arts

August 25, 2017
 
Most people tend to agree that art is beautiful and, in the abstract, art appreciation is a key element of every human society. Unfortunately, art is too often taken for granted and artists are treated as an afterthought and not as an important part of society. That is ultimately what drives Baryn Futa's very fine work in the support and preservation of fine art. He not only supports the fine arts as a prominent collector, but also as a benefactor and as a lover of fine art.

Baryn Futa is distressed when brilliant artists fail to get enough appreciation to thrive. The idea of the “starving artist is a terrible one to him, which is why he does everything possible to rectify that situation. The simple truth is, Baryn firmly believes fine art is a defining part of any culture. The art of the past puts us in touch with our ancestors in a way that nothing else can. That means modern art will eventually create a bridge to future generations and treat art preservation as a critical task.