There are many people who claim they really just “don’t like art”, but the truth is that they then turn around and show an appreciation for stylized maps, postcards, graphic design, or whatever else. That is to say, they have an appreciation for arts but have not yet been exposed to a type of fine arts which they can appreciate. This is more common than one might think, because often exposure to the fine arts occurs on a very limited scale in today’s world. People know the big names—Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso, Da Vinci, etc. However, if one does not like the art that they would find in an art history textbook or see on television, then they would likely think they cannot appreciate fine arts. Baryn Futa has discovered that this is simply not the case. People like fine art, they just have discover what type speaks to them.

Baryn Futa is an art collector who has spent years getting acquainted with the various styles, subjects, and artists of the fine arts world. He is a fan of modern art, especially that which makes use of time-based media, or video. He has supported or become a patron to many artists creating the type of art he enjoys and now has an art collection that is expansive. He even loans pieces from his collection out to exhibits and museums so that others can enjoy them.