Bio: Former Adjunct Professor at Miami Dade College, Arts & Philosophy Department since August of 2006, Portrait Painter, Professional Artist for the past 20 years. I specialize in Realism whether painterly (loose brushstrokes) or tight (highly rendered) Portraiture and depiction of the Human Figure. For advertising and posting information use the Contact Us section. This site is geared to those interested in the Arts & Culture of Miami, yet adding a bit of flare with editorial commentary! Great visual artists, photographers, models, satirists, film makers and website designers have all contributed and shaped the design and function of this site! Welcome aboard there is much more to come! Please visit my website gallery to see my extensive background of Artwork through the years and Commissioned Paintings www.ceciliapaz.com. Cecilia Paz Editor MFA, MIU, Miami, 2005 BFA, Uarts, Philadelphia, 1996 P.S. Please LIKE our Facebook Fan Page called simply Miamiartblog and Follow us on Twitter :)
Posts by Cecilia Paz:
- HATUEY and the Arts Judges
- Announcement of HATUEY and the Arts winner. The winner will be announced at the Coral Gables Museum, where the finalists’ pieces have been exhibited and will continue through the month of December.
- HATUEY and the Arts contest invited experienced and aspiring artists in the community to create an art piece that could be part of the legendary beer’s next advertising/marketing campaign. HATUEY beer has had a long tradition of supporting the arts since its inception in Cuba. From the beginning, HATUEY has looked to local artists to create art/ads for the brand and the HATUEY and the Arts contest keeps that spirit alive today.
Upcoming, Wed, Dec 5, 2012, Local Artist Creates New Marketing Image for HATUEY® Beer, Coral Gables MuseumDecember 3rd, 2012
Local Artist Creates New Marketing Image for HATUEY® Beer
In anticipation of Art Basel, HATUEY and the Arts judges to announce winning art piece
On Wednesday, December 5, 2012,10am
Coral Gables Museum
285 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134
Hector Ortiz, Sr. VP – Strategic Planning & Business Development, Bacardi
Patricia Suau, Bacardi Historian Archivist, Heritage Communications
Anler Morejon, HATUEY Project Manager
Emilio Sauma, Founder of Gables Hispanic Cultural Foundation
Roberto Ramos, President of CUBA OCHO Art Center
Eduardo Del Rivero, U.S. Hispanic advertising Pioneer
Jose Luis Villa, International Award-Winning Creative Director
As tens of thousands of people prepare to embark upon the greater Miami area for next week’s Art Basel festival, a quote from an episode of Miami Vice really stands out in my mind. A character by the name of Vinnie DeMarco, from season one in 1984 said it best. He said, “If Miami hasn’t got it, they haven’t invented it yet.” 28 years later, that statement is still more than accurate, and during the days to come, even the most casual visitor to the city will realize the truth behind it. I have always been very sensitive to iconography, beauty and to the artistic and from the moment I arrived in Miami for the first time, I realized that I was changed forever, not just as an artist, but as a person.
Websters defines iconography as “pictorial material relating to or illustrating a subject.” And for decades now, Miami has been spreading iconography not only throughout the rest of the country, but around the world as well, proving again, that it truly does lead and not follow. Take a look at the world of music for a moment. A Miami native by the name of Gloria Estefan joined forces in 1977 with a band known as the Miami Latin Boys and 8 years later, became the most successful crossover performer in Latin Music, better known as the Miami Sound Machine. Fast forward 10 years later only to find another Miami native, Pitbull, changing how the world views pop and rap music, with a line in one of “Mr. Worldwide’s” songs stating “I’m a Miami Boy…You know how we play.”
Music is not the only place where Miami has been a leader. If you think television and think Hollywood, you may want to think about this. For those out there who enjoy watching police dramas such as The Shield, CSI and Law and Order, you can thank the most popular police show, Miami Vice, for keeping this genre of television alive today. And I say most popular simply based on the fact that of all of the police drama on television, Hollywood only decided to remake one of those in to a big screen hit. Sure, while the antics of Crockett and Tubbs might have been enough to keep it running, the cinematography that highlighted some of the most beautiful scenes in and around Miami, certainly did not hurt the show. Again, just another example of how Miami oozes iconography.
Beginning next Thursday, Art Basel, an international contemporary art fair and the most prestigious of in the Americas, will blanket the city of Miami with its sister exhibition, Art Basel Miami. This year is the 11th edition and promises to be even bigger and better than ever before. With more than 2,000 artists and 50,000 attendees from all over the world, once again greater Miami and the surrounding beaches will be able to show the world why “It’s So Miami” means so much to not only the music, television, fashion and food industry, but also to the world of art. And if you think you know what the art scene is all about in Miami, keep your eyes peeled and pay close attention, as around each corner, your perception will change in just a matter of minutes, realizing that what Miami offers in the world of art and design, extends far beyond bright colors, flashy patterns and the art deco era. From young and up-and-coming artists to the seasoned veteran, there is one common link within the art community and the city of Miami and that is passion.
The Miami Art Blog by Cecilia Paz and Miami Illustrated which is presented by Studio Eight Zero, will be taking to the streets of Art Basel Miami to capture the 80 most iconic images from the festival weekend… and you can be a part of Miami’s iconography. From the best pieces of art, whether it is sculpture, design, illustration, video, performances or paintings to the fashion on the streets and food trucks, this visual journey will be launched as not only a festival wrap up, but also a way to prove Vinnie DeMarco’s statement from Miami Vice. If there is something you think should be included in this iconic project, please let us know by sending an email to the blog. Tell us why you believe your exhibition, street performance or unique menu should be a part of the iconography for this years Art Basel Miami. Then stop back by the blog on Monday, December 17 for the link that will reveal the sights and sounds from the weekend that was to see if you made the cut. There will also be a limited edition art print released in the coming weeks by Studio Eight Zero that you will not want to miss. Only 80 will be available and each will be signed and numbered and will make the perfect piece… Whether you attended the festival or you want to give as a gift to someone who did. Even as an attendee, you might be approached by us asking to take part.
See you at Art Basel Miami.
FREE Young Artist Recital This Sunday!
Join members of the Florida Grand Opera YOUNG ARTIST STUDIO in recital, performing opera selections and holiday music.
Sunday, November 25, 2012, at 2:00 p.m.
FREE and OPEN to the Public
Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale
One East Las Olas Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
NEVER BEEN TO THE FLORIDA GRAND OPERA? HERE’S YOUR CHANCE AT A FIRST-HAND ACCOUNT!!! LA BOHEME UNTIL DECEMBER 8!November 28th, 2012
La Boheme was an all-sensory experience for me as I was hearing the singing, watching the acting, perusing my eyes over the wardrobe with spectacularly simple, yet alluring set design, and listening to the live orchestra. Wow! is what I said the entire time. The opera is a musical production unlike any other. The voices were perfections of highs and lows. The acting seamless as if the performers were effortlessly filling an enormous opera house with only the sounds coming out of their gifted beings. The sets depicted a time of life in Paris that was melodramatic, yet warm and so romantic with the airy snowfall as if it were really snowing right before our eyes! It was a wondrous experience to see the lives of artists and writers in Paris during trying times, however, the characters made the best of it adding comedy to the inevitable tragedy which would overtake Mimi (the main character, soprano, Aylin Perez, winner of the Richard Tucker Award.)
Having had the privilege to attend was wonderful, however, I decided I would have an account from an Italian gentleman whom I befriended during one of the intermissions. Here is his perspective on Opera in general and how it has had influence in his memories.
Relive “La Boheme” and if you have not had the chance to see if, please hurry to see it as it ends December 8, 2012 in Dade at the Adrienne Arscht Center.
Go to www.fgo.org for tickets, There are plenty of seats varying in prices. Rent, the musical was based on La Boheme and the opera is the most widely-known of all of the operas as far as popularity.
Read Mr. Frank ‘s love affair with opera!
Questions prepared by me, CP.
What impact has opera had in your own life?
It has made me appreciate the pursue of perfection by helping me realize that perfection is achievable to a great extent. It is my personal and private way of rewarding my soul.
Does one have to know the story or as you indicated to me, does the visual and auditory experience “tell” a tale in and of itself? You mentioned that it is unnecessary to read the subtitles and perhaps read the synopsis of the opera before seeing it. That was a great piece of advice for me.
I believe that one should be very familiar with the plot before the performance. This will allow us to absorb all the pieces of the production: music, singing, choreography, costumes and dialogue, seamlessly. It will avoid the distraction of trying to understand the plot on the spot. And, it will allow the entire production to be the story teller, not only the subtitles.
The music may tell the tenderness or grief of the moment, the singing can tell the ecstasy or sorrow that the story needs to convey. The distraction of reading subtitles may interrupt the flow of sensations and therefore spoil the moment. This will also prevent you from identifying a similar moment of your personal experience. If that happens, opera becomes just the enjoyment of music and drama like many other forms of musical art.
Another fact unknown to first-goers is that knowledge of the language may not be a great advantage. The composer adapts words to the different musical notes, which makes them hard to understand. The fact that you do not know Italian, French or German should not be discouraging. We all have to deal with this.
Is opera very popular in Italy as so many operas are sung in Italian?
Opera is very popular in Italy but not as much as 60 years ago. My father’s generation passed along to us a love for opera which we have not been able to pass to the same extent to our children. We can blame this on the globalization of music and technology, but at the end it probably has to do more with economics. An opera production is a complicated enterprise, which like any other type of art form uses technology for its dissimilation. But, the impact of technology on the production itself may be less beneficial.
However, the tradition carries on to a good extent. I have seen more open-air performances in Italy than in any other country. The young may not look at opera seasons tickets as pleasurable as those of soccer, but they still will not miss an performance in a piazza or park, especially if is of one as popular as La Boheme.
Do you believe that tragedies and comedies leave one feeling the same when leaving the opera? Does the theme ever strike you in such a dramatic way one way or another?
The most popular operas are tragedies or at least have some tragedy in them. Puccini who is one of the pioneers of “Realism” places the female protagonist at the center of a tragic love story. La Boheme is the classical example. This opera depicts in many ways everyday life. This combined with some of the most beautiful music ever composed, may be why his operas are performed very often worldwide.
I usually leave the opera with a feeling based on scene or aria that has some relation with a present or past personal experience. I may see the same opera a year later, the exit feeling may be different.
I believe Operas should be enjoyed for their music and singing. As with any other form or art there has to be a spiritual component. Whether spirituality will take over or will even be any part of the experience depends on the individual. I always had the feeling that composers like Puccini and Verdi were expressing their artistry as a total sensory experience and not only as music accompany by singing.
Simone Berger, Miami documentary filmmaker
ART MIAMI, CONTEXT ART MIAMI AND I PXL U TO PRESENT
ORIGINAL WORKS BY BANKSY DURING MIAMI ART WEEK
“BANKSY Out of CONTEXT,” debuting Dec. 4, 2012, to include five wall reliefs
featuring some of the artist’s most iconic stencils
Art Miami (www.art-miami.com), in conjunction with new photo-sharing platform I PXL U(www.ipxlu.com), is proud to announce “BANKSY Out of CONTEXT,” one of the most anticipated exhibitions for the 23rd edition of ArtMiami and the inaugural edition of CONTEXT Art Miami, which will kick off Miami Art Week with an exclusive VIP Preview on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012.
The exhibition, consisting of five wall reliefs equaling more than six-and-a-half tons in weight and featuring iconic stencils from world-renowned guerrilla artist, BANKSY, encourages the debate about ‘site-specific’ street art outside of its original context. Although the five walls are privately owned and not for sale, I PXL U, and BANKROBBER who will be exhibiting in CONTEXT Art Miami, have come together to offer collectors, artists, connoisseurs and VIP fair guests the rare opportunity to acquire works from a limited showing of a selection of the artists most iconic editioned works, including a rare ‘Kate Moss AP’ and a unique hand decorated example of the artist’s first ever ‘Rude Copper’ print. BANKROBBER also specializes in salvaging, sourcing and restoring original works by the artist known as BANKSY.
I PXL U (pronounced: “I pixel you”) is a free photo-sharing platform that allows users to design and print custom photo mosaics. “Our organization, along with I PXL U, is thrilled to share the rare stencils of BANKSY, perhaps the world’s most relevant street artist, with the more than 55,000 visitors who come through Art Miami every year,” said Nicholas Korniloff, Director and Partner of Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami. “We encourage the debate surrounding ‘BANKSY Out of CONTEXT’ and site-specific art in general, and are excited to have created an arena where the subject can be discussed not only by experts and connoisseurs, but the public.”
The names of these exclusive pieces, much like the artist’s identity, will remain a mystery until they are unveiled at both Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami’s highly anticipated VIP Preview on December 4th from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Art Miami & CONTEXT Art Miami VIP Card Holders and press members will be the guests to this exclusive soiree that will benefit the Miami Art Museum. This first view will allow VIP’s the first opportunity to acquire some of the finest works from the international galleries representing emerging, cutting edge, contemporary and modern works. Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami together, will feature 190 galleries from more than 21 countries.
In the spirit of expanding the discussion, Art Miami and I PXL U have created a space in which attendees can judge in a unique setting, BANKSY’s works which would have been destroyed at their original sites. The subject of “site specificity” is divisive within the art community, and visitors will have the opportunity to enter this debate and discuss whether showcasing these works outside their original context is, in fact, an attempt to bring the artist’s message to a wider audience. Literature and video footage regarding the artist and his works will be available on-site, and attendees will have the chance to appreciate these iconic walls while enjoying drinks from the bar and café, as well as, live performances taking place in the outdoor connecting space between CONTEXT Art Miami and Art Miami.
Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami, with their combined 250,000-square-feet of indoor and outdoor curated exhibition surface, will become a miniature art city in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, where attendees will view BANKSY’s stencils as well as other curated projects.
“I PXL U, in collaboration with Art Miami, is pleased to present our collection of BANKSY street art,” said Stephan Keszler, President and Founder of I PXL U, a new social platform that provides a free way to disseminate memories and mementos online in the form of photo mosaics. “I have no doubt that most of BANKSY’s graffiti works would not have survived at their original locations. It is therefore our primary goal to safeguard and preserve these unique works and their critical message, and to share them with as many people as possible.”
Robin Barton of BANKROBBER adds, “I am delighted to be given the opportunity to extend this debate through the display of these important early works. Removed from their original context, the question becomes whether they become the mordant bounty of greedy modern day cultural grave robber’s or represent a unique chance to see the elusive artist’s work up close and personal, out of context, yet within CONTEXT.”
Opening Night / VIP Preview – For VIP Cardholders and members of the press
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, from 5:30 to 10 p.m., benefiting the Miami Art Museum
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 7, 2012, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
About Art Miami
Known as Miami’s premier anchor fair, Art Miami kicks off the opening day of Art Week. The fair will commence on December 4, 2012 with Art Miami’s highly anticipated Opening Night VIP Preview. World-famous for its outstanding quality, extraordinary variety and its stylish gallery-like decor, Art Miami showcases the finest in modern and contemporary art from more than 125 of the most prestigious international art galleries.
Art Miami maintains a preeminent position in America’s modern and contemporary art fair market. With a rich history, it is the original and longest-running contemporary art fair in Miami and continues to receive praise for the variety of unparalleled art that it offers. It is the “must see” event for all serious collectors, curators, museum directors, and interior designers providing an intimate look at some of the most important work at the forefront of the international contemporary art movement. (www.art-miami.com)
Miami’s newest international emerging and cutting-edge art fair, will launch with a VIP Private Preview on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 coinciding with the 23rd edition of Art Miami. Trendsetting galleries from around the globe will exhibit in a state-of-the-art pavilion directly adjacent to Art Miami. CONTEXT will feature a curated group of 65 galleries representing exceptional emerging and mid-career cutting edge artists, including solo artist installations, immersive environments, curated projects and multimedia exhibits.
The CONTEXT Pavilion will feature a VIP Lounge, Art Video New Media Lounge, performance stage, indoor and outdoor curated projectsand will be located just 50 feet north of the existing 125,000 square-foot Art Miami Pavilion. The combined exhibition space will increase the overall roster of galleries to 190 participants and cover 200,000 square feet. Ample and convenient parking is available for both fairs through the use of a four-story parking garage with 2,000 spots, located directly across the street from the CONTEXT & Art MiamiPavilions as well as valet parking. A network of complimentary shuttle buses will run round-trip service between Art Miami, CONTEXT and Art Basel Miami Beach. (www.contextartmiami.com)
I PXL U (pronounced: “I pixel you”) is a free photo-sharing platform that allows users to design and print custom photo mosaics. Upload, store and instantly send thousands of your images in one mosaic by email or posting to Facebook. (www.ipxlu.com)
BANKROBBER specializes in salvaging and restoring original works by guerilla artist, BANKSY. It provides a unique platform to enable the public to see original site-specific works taken out of their original context to keep them from destruction. BANKROBBER also holds a selection of early BANKSY prints that are available to purchase from their booth at CONTEXT.
About Art Miami, LLC
Art Miami, LLC, is a partnership consisting of art and media industry veterans Nick Korniloff, Mike Tansey and Brian Tyler. Art Miami, LLC, produces Art Miami (www.art-miami.com), Miami’s longest-running contemporary art fair, CONTEXT ART MIAMI(www.contextartmiami.com), Art Wynwood (www.art-wynwood.com) and the prestigious Art Southampton (www.art-southampton.com)
Art Miami Sponsors and Partners
Art Miami’s generous 2012 Sponsors and Partners – Christie’s International Real Estate, Official Luxury Real Estate Partner of ArtMiami, Epic Miami, A Kimpton Hotel, Official Luxury Hotel of Art Miami, Haute Living, IXPLU, Rums of Puerto Rico, Greater MiamiConvention and Visitors Bureau, Art From Berlin, LaRete Art Projects, Heineken, Bootlegger 21 NY Vodka, Société Perrier, Flavorpill, The Miami Herald, Kushner Moving Group, ARTLOG, Puerto Rico Does It Better, Midtown Miami.
New York, NY — An overall mood of Eclectic Elegance emerges for the 2012 season. Eclectic Elegance is about an unexpected mix of luxurious layers, decadent textures, decorative fabrications and opulent embellishments—as seen on the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris. Nature’s richest hues are pronounced throughout, from pine greens to deep ocean blues to vineyard reds. The most notable trends of the season are:
Whether for day or night, these fabrics add an incredible degree of richness to the season. They range from brocades with elements of shine to plush velvets to jacquards—either with texture or in geometric patterns.
Menswear gets a feminine touch for fall, with houndstooth checks, herringbones, Glen plaids and pinstripes, providing inspiration for knitwear patterns and print design. Menswear fabrics are cut into ladylike silhouettes, from fitted jackets to sheath dresses and fluid trousers.
Leather has been used for virtually all categories this season, either in black or in one of the rich, natural hues of the season. From outerwear and jackets to tops, skirts, trousers and dresses, leather appears both all-over and as trims, patches and insets. Look for leather sleeves as a key detail on jackets and coats.
We love military-inspired pieces like pea coats, duffle coats and officers’ coats. Elsewhere, outerwear boasts bold pops of color or opulent embellishments. Look for sporty parkas, cozy blanket stripes, plaids, puffy jackets and vests. Fur trim is everywhere, including hemlines, sleeves and collars.
Fall’s knitwear shows off dimensional stitching. Look for exaggerated cables and updated fisherman’s knits, as well as lacy and crochet stitches.
The Sleeved Slim Dress
This universally flattering look creates a sleek line while covering the arms.
This feminine flounce helps accentuate the waist. Look for it on jackets and coats as well as dresses and tops.
When was the last time pants were the centerpiece of your look? Animal prints, decadent brocades and artful patterns grab all the attention.s
Luxe Structured Bags
Minimal meets maximal this fall, as simple structured shapes are embellished to the hilt.
Saturated Lip Color
Lips are far from understated this fall. The palette is deep and rich, and orange-red is ascendant.
The ’60s staple returns. Eyes are well-defined and fe-lined for a high-contrast evening look.
From cleansing regimes to illuminating foundations, fall’s beauty innovations aim to get your skin looking pure and radiant.
About Saks Fifth Avenue
Saks Fifth Avenue, one of the world’s preeminent specialty retailers, is renowned for its superlative American and international designer collections, its expertly edited assortment of handbags, shoes, jewelry, cosmetics and gifts, and the first-rate fashion expertise and exemplary client service of its Associates. Today, Saks operates 45 full-line stores in 21 states, 2 licensed stores in the Middle East and 2 licensed stores in Mexico City, 63 Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH stores and saks.com, the company’s online store.
Saks Fifth Avenue is proud to be named a J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Customer Service Champion and is one of only 50 U.S. companies so named.
Capponi Construction Group is dedicated to the Miami Rescue Mission and feeding the homeless this Thanksgiving!November 20th, 2012
Capponi Construction Group Chairman Michael Capponi, Design Architect Kobi Karp, Capponi Construction Group President and CEO Kenneth J. Gross
MICHAEL CAPPONI OF CAPPONI CONSTRUCTION GROUP ANNOUNCES MIAMI RESCUE MISSION RENOVATIONS IN TIME FOR HOLIDAYS
Miami Rescue Mission launches No One Hungry Share-A-Thon on November 14, shortly after announcing Capponi Construction Group will add 78 beds to Local Homeless Shelter
As the Miami Rescue Mission gears up to feed thousands during the Thanksgiving holiday, Michael Capponi, Chairman of Capponi Construction Group, LLC, and Miami Rescue Mission announced on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012, its recent partnership for the expansion of the Men’s Center Annex. Notables in attendance at the press conference included: Capponi Construction Group President and CEO Kenneth J. Gross; Miami Beach Vice Mayor Michael Gongora, General Sales Manager of Clear Channel Communications Gary Reyes; Miami Rescue Mission’s President Ron Brummitt, Development Director Marilyn Brummitt, and Board Director Carlos Acosta.
Capponi Construction Group will increase capacity by adding 78 beds and complete the expansion of the Miami-based homeless shelter, giving the new building at 2031 NW 1 Ct. an avant-garde look and feel. Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design, Inc. is the project’s architect and design firm.
South Florida-based entrepreneur and philanthropist Michael Capponi has a long history of leading humanitarian initiatives, focusing his efforts on supporting Miami Rescue Mission’s aim to feed, house and provide services to the local homeless community. In 2008, proceeds from Capponi’s birthday fundraiser benefitted the Miami Rescue Mission, and other non-profit organizations. The following year, Capponi contributed a new health clinic for the homeless, sponsored the Great Thanksgiving Day Banquet, and donated a vehicle named Hope Mobile to the Miami Rescue Mission, for which he serves as an Advisory Board member. Capponi is Chairman of Capponi Group Corp., an assemblage of companies that specialize in the construction, entertainment and nightlife industries, as well as the revitalization of Haiti. Founder of the Haiti Empowerment Mission (www.haitiempowermentmission.
The Center for Men at Miami Rescue Mission offers a comprehensive, eight to fourteen month residential program for men who suffer from the deeply challenging problems of chronic homelessness; most often caused by chemical abuse or addiction, medical and mental issues, illiteracy, or lack of adequate job skills.
About Capponi Construction Group, LLC
In 2010, Michael Capponi partnered with President and CEO Kenneth J. Gross, former Senior Project Executive of the WCI Tower Division, Strategic Operations Partner and Board Member Todd C. Pennington, former Executive Vice-President of Bovis Lend Lease, and Executive Vice President of Construction Robert Wrieden, former Vice-President of the WCI Residential Division, to create Capponi Construction Group LLC, a Florida licensed general contractor (CGC045327). Together they have a combined total of over 90 years of industry experience and have built properties valued over $23 billion dollars in South Florida. Capponi Construction Group’s professionals average over 20 years in the industry and all have the hands-on experience necessary to successfully meet the challenges inherent in constructing multiple building types, including new construction and renovation of significant private residences, estates, high-end commercial projects, historic rehabilitation and construction of new hotels, condominiums and shopping centers. Since 2010, Capponi Construction Group, LLC, has completed multiple building types, including new construction, renovations and the historic rehabilitation of private residences, estates, condominiums, high-end commercial projects, shopping centers and hotels. For more information on Capponi Construction Group, LLC, please contact (305) 695-4410 or visitwww.capponiconstruction.com.
About Miami Rescue Mission
Miami Rescue Mission, Inc. (MRM) is a charitable faith-based organization providing spiritual, physical, and social services to the poor and needy; including homeless men, women, and children since 1922. As a faith-based organization, we operate with Christian and charitable values and provide our services to all without regard to race, faith, age or gender. The Mission also operates its Broward Outreach Centers in Hollywood and Pompano Beach.www.miamirescuemission.com.