Baryn Futa Gives Back

From the perspective of Baryn Futa, it’s not possible to overstate the importance of the arts on any society. Art establishes a society’s identity and it should be preserved for future generations. The arts are like a time capsule; the art of the past puts us in touch with our ancestors. Because of that, we owe it to our descendants to preserve as much current and past art as possible for the future. That makes art museums and art preservation extremely important as far as Baryn Futa is concerned. Because fine art represents what a society is, Baryn has a strong desire to preserve that for the ages. That is why he is interested in getting more people to appreciate the arts as much as he does.

That is the main reason Baryn Futa now has memberships in a great number of prominent art museums with impressive collections, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and The Jewish Museum. It is also why he has developed and maintained such a large and impressive art collection himself and why he routinely loans his art to museums. Art defines society as it stands now and we owe it to our posterity to preserve art for everyone.

Baryn Futa and the Arts

To Baryn Futa, it is impossible to overestimate the necessity and importance of the arts on any society. The fact that art defines a society is a primary reason why as much art as possible should be preserved for future generations. He sees the arts as a time capsule of sorts, which future civilizations will use to keep in touch with their past.

That is why Baryn Futa is such a strong supporter of the arts and why he is a member of numerous art museums that feature impressive art collections and other organizations that support the arts. It is also a major reason why he has developed and maintained a significant and progressive collection of his own, which he quite often loans out to museums.

His view of the arts, in which he sees fine art as a representation of what a society is at any given time and that it is the best method for future generations to reach back into their past, is what creates in Baryn Futa a strong desire to preserve as much art as possible for the ages. To make sure the arts are preserved, he wants more people to appreciate the arts as much as he does.

Baryn Futa and Charlotte art

Known as the Queen City, Charlotte, N.C., has a robust art culture bursting as its seams — including an art scene for budding artists. Not only do developing artists have numerous venues for displaying their works for passersby, such as Anne Neilson Fine Art which hosts various artists and exhibitions or the non-profit visual arts organization Charlotte Art League, but the city thrives on arts of various sorts. This type of wide-ranging art experience is precisely what fine arts appreciator and benefactor Baryn Futa regularly seeks and helps develop.

Futa, as an individual who immensely appreciates the vein of art running deep within human society, knows what cities such as Charlotte can offer artists from all genres and from all levels of talent. From N.C. Blumenthal Performing Arts where countless shows straight from Broadway’s stages arrive to the south — in addition to ballet, opera and more — to the Charlotte Wharton Studio that displays oils and pastels, there is some piece of art to be discovered by all. Futa hopes to support these works so all lovers of all types of artistic interpretations can find the niche they most appreciate in their own backyards.

Charlotte is also home to a variety of museums celebrating the city’s spirit and pieces of southern history, including the Mint Museum, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art and the Levine Museum of the New South.

Baryn Futa’s Support for the Arts

There are plenty of forms of viable art, from dozens of types and classifications within the fine arts to other, more attainable, art forms. Everything from the way a building is designed to the images on your coffee cup qualify as art. This is why Baryn Futa wants people to know that when they say they “do not like art”, they are rejecting virtually everything aesthetically around them created by man. The fact is, most of them have never been exposed to a diversity of art. Perhaps they don’t like the Van Goghs or Picassos of the world, but they might like post-modernism or cubism.

Baryn Futa is an art collector who has sought to help expose people to new types of art. He has an extensive art collection currently, but this was certainly not always the case. Once upon a time, not so very long ago, Baryn Futa had no idea that he was interested in the arts. In fact, it was not until Baryn Futa’s retirement that he really discovered his interest in the fine arts and acted on that discovery. He immediately began exploring his love for the arts and expanding upon his very limited knowledge of the field. This was done by attending art classes online and in person, going to art fairs, and seeking out art museums.

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