Baryn Futa is a member of numerous museums, including The Guggenheim, The Jewish Museum, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. He took a strong interest in the fine arts after he retired and immediately began trying to learn as much as possible about the field. He took classes, attended art fairs, and toured many art museums across the country. He is a patron of numerous artists and has a special interest in contemporary artists and time-based media. He has his own art collection and regularly loans pieces from that collection out to museums and exhibitions.
The arts are universally appreciated, even if people do not always know it. Everyone has seen a painting and stopped dead in their tracks to marvel at it. The talent that it takes to create such a piece of work, regardless of what type of art it is, is admirable. Despite the universal appreciation for the arts, the support for the arts is not always so widespread. This is where people like Baryn Futa come in, because they have supported the arts through their time, money, and energy.
Baryn Futa is proud to be a member of the small community of art patrons. He is particularly interested in contemporary artists that work with time based media, meaning video. Baryn Futa is a patron to literally dozens of contemporary artists that are active right now. Baryn Futa looks at this as an opportunity not only to foster an interest in the arts, but also as a worthy investment. Baryn Futa’s mission is to increase public interest in the arts by supporting particularly talented individuals and collectives and showcasing their work publicly.
Baryn Futa has not always been interested in the fine arts. In fact, he joined the community of arts patrons quite late in life, only becoming interested in the fine arts after his retirement. Baryn Futa discovered his love for the fine arts while working with the Denver Art Museum and soon thereafter sought to learn as much about the fine arts as he could, as quickly as he could. He went to art fairs, festivals, museums, and exhibitions, as well as taking fine arts classes both in real classrooms and online. Today, Baryn Futa has an impressive art collection of his own. He regularly loans pieces of art to museums and exhibitions so they can be viewed publicly. He is also a member of major museums like The Guggenheim, The Jewish Museum, and The Met.
Baryn Futa has held an interest in the arts for a few years now, but he did not truly take to the arts until he retired. This was when he worked with the Denver Art Museum and found that he had an interest in the arts. He is today very interested in time-based media and is a benefactor to dozens of contemporary artists.
When Baryn Futa figured out that he enjoyed art, he set about trying to educate himself on the subject as quickly and effectively as possible. Baryn Futa went to classes, both virtually and in person in physical classrooms, on fine arts appreciation. Today, Baryn Futa has an extensive art collection from which exhibitions and museums regularly borrow.