MARCUS, Beginnings & Ends | a solo-exhibition to benefit The Consequences Charity & Foundation

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Artist MARCUS will be featuring his newest work at Markowicz Fine Art. Together, MARCUS and Markowicz Fine Art Owner Bernard Markowicz are partnering up to help support Lea & Roy Black’s charity, The Consequences Charity & Foundation.

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Marcus, Beginnings & Ends - a solo-exhibition will showcase a new collection of works that explore both surface and implied depth completed within 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012. The Featured Exhibition will be on view from November 29th through December 15th at Markowicz Fine Art located at 114 NE 40th Street in the Miami Design District. Gallery hours are from Mon. to Sat. 11a.m. – 6p.m. The medium of each piece will consist of mixed-media on canvas as well as graphite on paper. Artwork featured during the exhibition will include: Jolie, 2010; Consumption, 2010; Melodic, 2010; Foretelling, 2012 and Eau de Vie, 2012, among others.

An Opening Reception will take place November 28th from 7p.m. to 9p.m. 20% of the retail price sales will be donated to The Consequences Charity & Foundation. Inquiries about previewing the work are encouraged and can be made by emailing info(at)markowiczfineart(dot)com . Guests will include major donors, art collectors, business leaders, cast members of The Real Housewives of Miami and a select group of invited guests.

The Consequences Charity and Foundation is a 501c (3) non-profit organization, founded by Lea Black, on a mission to provide educational resources and experiences for at-risk youth that include scholarships, vocational training, camps, workshops and after school activities encompassing dynamic curriculums that address culture, the arts, life skills as well as workforce preparation. The organization is working to support transformational learning in the form of prevention, intervention and in lieu of incarceration.

“Within my work, I explore both surface and implied depth.  Utilizing methods steeped in tradition, I manipulate space and form upon the canvas' two-dimensional surface.  I combine these techniques alongside urban inspired media, such as spray paint, which, I acknowledge, as flat, color elements to complement the established depth and form.  I am inspired by this duality of both technique and subject, as it parallels my life of tradition and the unconventional.

This past year, I have experienced both the loss of my father and becoming a father myself, this is the antithesis that has inspired and fueled my work as of late.  Incorporating the use of mandalas, the Sanskrit word meaning, "circle" within the compositions; I utilize their revolving pattern of geometric elements, alongside organic components, such as floral and "graffiti-esque" markings to achieve my conceptual and aesthetic intent,” adds Marcus.

“Marcus has a very special way of blending texture and color on to a canvas. When observing his artwork, it is interesting to see the thoughtful way in which he balances the dramatic effect of chosen shapes on to a canvas, together with the visual depth created for each piece. His original technique stimulates an emotional sensibility for both the apparent beauty of the artwork and its touch of surrealism portrayed in the subject,” said Bernard Markowicz, Owner of Markowicz Fine Art.    

Marcus' career has greatly grown throughout recent years. He has placed work in prominent collections throughout the U.S. as well as Europe- including celebrities and NBA stars.  His work has been shown in museums across the country, including the Boca Raton Museum of Art's Annual Juried Competition Exhibition.  Marcus' paintings can be seen in galleries in New York, Denver and Dallas.  His work can also be seen in nationally recognized publications as well as published competitions, such as Studio Visit Magazine.  

Markowicz Fine Art is located in the Miami Design District, 114 NE 40th street, Miami, FL 33137.
Gallery hours: Mon. thru Fri. 11a.m. – 6p.m. and Sat. 12noon to 5p.m. For more information,
contact us at: 786-362-5546 or visit

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The Markowicz Fine Art repertoire includes world-renowned pop artists Robert Indiana, Tom Otterness, Steven Gagnon, Takashi Murakami and Tom Wesselmann, to name a few. In addition, gallery Owner Bernard Markowicz serves as the exclusive agent in the USA for internationally-recognized and prestigious French Painter and Sculptor Alain Godon. Markowicz Fine Art also represents the Mourlot Estate of Florida. The Mourlot Atelier, founded in 1852 was a lithograph and print shop located in Paris, France. By 1937, after being establishing its reputation as the largest printer of lithographs, under the patronage of Fernand Mourlot, many major twentieth century artists visited The Atelier to create lithographs and lithographic posters including Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Miro, Chagall, Leger, Dubuffet, Calder, Le Corbusier and many more. This 150 year collaborative history of these artistic masters lives on through the rare collections of vintage posters by the Mourlot Estate. The rare and beautiful prints originally created to advertise upcoming exhibits and cultural events are sought-after by collectors and museums all over the world.

Markowicz Fine Art is a partner and sponsor of Festival du Touquet 2011. Now in its third year, Festival du Touquet is an art contest organized and sponsored by Painter and Sculptor Alain Godon in the city of Le Tuouquet, France.  Festival du Touquet showcases paintings, sculptures, installations and photography from hundreds of young artists throughout Europe who participate for a chance to become one of three winners who receive a cash prize, artistic notoriety and an exhibition in a U.S. art gallery. The winners of Festival du Touquet 2011 have been showcased in Miami at Markowicz Fine Art.

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