The arts deserve support and appreciation, and they deserve this from patrons across the globe. One such person, Baryn Futa, is putting an emphasis on increasing awareness and appreciation for the high arts. That is, those arts that are most aesthetically pleasing while also being intellectually challenging. Not all art falls into this category. However, those that do are often of highest regard and has passed the test of time with its beauty and composition. Artists such as Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci and Mozart are often considered among the best examples of esteemed high art.
This type of art — the expensive type of art — takes support to maintain. Many of these pieces are hundreds if not thousands of years old. Preservation, security and maintenance are often required. Benefactors such as Futa step up to ensure the longest life possible for these masterpieces. By financially dedicating himself to the high arts (among others who do the same), Futa can ensure the longevity of these works. Baryn Futa is a fine arts appreciator and has been pleased to have the ability to support artists and art museums during his lifetime. He believes that the development and growth of the high arts, museums dedicated to these pieces and artists themselves requires people with the type of appreciation and love that he holds. Futa is immensely committed to the high arts and their greater preservation, and he encourages others to find the same, or even a similar, passion for their pursuits.