Art Services 2000 Ltd. is a private company that serves a wide variety of institutional, corporate and private
clients throughout the State of Florida, the Southeast and across the United States and North America.
We conduct our research, appraisal and brokerage business worldwide and travel internationally upon request.
Our Director Mark Alexander founded the company as a result of the many requests he received for information
and honest guidance in the highly specialized and often perplexing world of fine art.
Mr. Alexander received his Masters of Fine Arts degree in Visual Art from Florida State University in 1975. He is
the past Director of Art Galleries at the University of Texas at El Paso, Appalachian State University, The
University of Miami, and Cameron University. He served as Curator of Exhibitions and Education at the Tarble
Arts Center, Eastern Illinois University, Director of the Crealde School of Art and Managing Editor and Publisher
of Art Visions, Inc.
He has taught studio art, art history art appreciation and art education at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Before founding Art Services 2000 Ltd., his private independent fine art appraisal and consulting firm, Mr.
Alexander was the Executive Director of the Deland Museum of Art.
In his career as a museum and gallery director, exhibition curator, publisher and visual arts consultant he has
organized over two hundred exhibitions of fine art. His exhibitions, publications and visiting artists programs have
featured internationally recognized artists, scholars and critics, including: Adam Straus, Robert Rauschenberg,
Darryl Pottorf, Donald Saff, Eric Holt, Charles Yoder, James Rosenquist, Jeff Whipple, Donald B. Kuspit, James
Surls, Dave Hickey, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Arthur Freed, Phil Perkis, Thomas McEvllivey, Duane Hanson,
Harmony Hammond, Trevor Bell, Jerry Uelsmann, Robert Fichter, Jack Burnham, Chris Burden, Milton Brown,
A.D. Coleman, Johann Eyfells, Don Boarman, Joel Oppenheimer, Ella Foshay, Mary Louise Wood,
Manuel Ocampo, Ummarid Eitharong and many others.
He has also had the distinct privilege of working with many private collectors during the course of his career
including Dennis Hopper, Tom Patchett and Frank Gehry among others.
Mark Alexander, AM, ISA, is a fully Accredited Member and a Graduate of the Appraisal Studies Program of the
International Society of Appraisers with a Fine Arts Specialty designation. He is a USPAP certified appraiser
and he adheres to all International Society of Appraisers and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal
Practice (USPAP) Report Writing Standards as set forth by The Appraisal Foundation and the International Society
of Appraisers ( ISA ) Code of Ethics.(Click on ISA LISTING on the left)
He has been selected by the United States Department of Justice to work as a fine art appraiser for the U.S.
Marshals Service Department of Asset Forfeiture on cases involving artworks seized by the FBI, the DEA, and the
United States Postal Inspectors Service.
Mr. Alexander is also the curator and originator of "John James Audubon, American Artist and Naturalist" a
nationally traveling exhibition that has been presented by eighteen consecutive museum and fine art venues
throughout the United States. Please see the Audubon and Schedule pages on this website for additional details of
Mr. Alexander is an independent professional member of the American Association of Museums.
Most recently he served as a fine art consultant for the United States Department of Homeland Security.