How to Be Rich and Never Have to Say “Hi” again
It’s not the first time we’ve heard from someone who didn’t know what to say when their loved ones call.
But it’s not that difficult anymore, according to the Royal Oaks in Manhattan, a boutique real estate development and art gallery that specializes in the arts.
“People who call us all the time now have been calling for years,” says Michael Cunliffe, co-founder of the development and founder of the Royal Oaks.
“We know it works.”
And, in fact, it works better than ever.
When it comes to a rich person, you just have to keep the conversation going.
Cunliets company, the Royal Oak Group, offers its clients a wealth of resources to help them navigate the tricky art world.
One of the most important resources is a rich parent, Cunlis says.
“If you’re not wealthy, it’s almost like a trap.”
The Royal Oaks is one of a handful of high-end real estate developments in New York City that offer parents a place to be in the art world and keep their kids safe from the predators lurking around every corner.
The Royal Oak also offers a wealth to parents in a unique way.
Its members are often the first to see and understand new artworks, so the owners can then help them with their art.
“When we get to a point where the kids are looking at an art piece that is really interesting and exciting, it gives us a chance to say, ‘How can we help this?'” says Cunloe.
“Then it’s a lot more fun for our owners to go on tour and meet the artists and to learn about the craft.”
And the parents get a great deal of creative freedom.
“Parents will find it a great opportunity to go to their local art gallery and go see the work and interact with the artists, and that’s a great experience,” Cunlo says.
In addition to the art galleries, the developers offer a range of educational events for parents.
For example, the development’s first annual event, The Royal Artist, brings together a team of professional art teachers from around the world to teach families how to make art.
Cuntley says the art is presented in an intimate setting so families can learn more about the art process and the artists’ work.
And, Cuntliets parents can also get a glimpse into their kids’ imaginations.
“A lot of the art that you see in the show is inspired by the kids’ imagination,” she says.
There’s also a free art exhibit every year at the Royal Art Museum, which showcases works by the likes of William S. Burroughs, Andy Warhol, and Andy Warriner.
“It’s a really cool opportunity for our parents to have a real conversation with the artworks,” says Cuntlia.
“They can learn about our artworks.”
It’s an opportunity that’s been made even more exciting for parents with kids with special needs.
The development has created an art gallery with a team that includes special education teachers from the New York Metropolitan School District and the New Jersey Department of Education, who help parents get an understanding of how their child can participate in art.
In fact, one of the developers’ first events for the Royal Arts Museum, a kids-only show called Children With Special Needs, was so successful that it has been extended to other schools and art institutions.
It’s a program that has been embraced by artists in the city.
“Every artist that works at the art gallery is an artist who is on our team,” Cuntlie says.
He adds that the Royal artists’ team also has access to resources from other art institutions and art schools, so that their kids are equipped to make their own artwork.
“I think it’s amazing to have art that has such an impact,” says Richard Dannemiller, director of the New Brunswick Arts Council, a local arts agency that is supporting the Royal Oakland.
“Because artists have such an influence in other areas, it really brings people together, and it makes it a really great time to learn and to connect.”
The art gallery has also become a hub for people who don’t want to talk to their parents all the way.
For one thing, they can’t always call for help when they need to speak with someone.
For another, some of the artists have an aversion to talking to their families about their work.
But for many, that’s just part of the job.
“Most people don’t understand how important it is to be able to talk and talk and listen to someone when they have a child with a disability,” Cunnlies father, Cunnlis says, “and to have someone who understands them, who knows how they feel, who understands what’s going on, is extremely valuable.”
And that’s exactly what the developers are hoping to do with their kids.
“Kids can be so much fun to watch, and if you can teach them to talk, and they understand