Thank You! 2019

2019 was a great year! The “Year of Chavo” included 11 exhibits & 9 pieces sold (8 of which are featured below). Thanks to all who came out for the shows. It means more to me than I can adequately express.

As always– all my love & gratitude to Joan Emerson for her unwavering encouragement, patience & belief in me .

I would like to extend a debt of gratitude to the following for their support which has been validating.

Hannah Litvan at Ice House Gallery.

http://www.icehousegalleryevanston.com

Russell Dammers at Parlour & Ramp

https://parlourandramp.com/

Monika Plioplyte at Alulu Brewery & Pub.

www. monikaplioplyte.com

http://www.alulubrew.com/

Alma Dominguez, J. Omar Magana, Fernando Aburto at Open Center for the Arts.

www.opencenterfor the arts.org

Gretchen Hasse at Agitator Gallery.

http://www.agitatorgallery.com/

Matt Witt at Wake Up Screaming E-Magazine.

https://wakeupscreaming.com/salvador-campos-mind-your-own-business/

Kristy Bowen at Columbia College. http://www.aestheticsofresearch.com/

Helen Hanowsky & Amanda Zagloba at Harold Washington Library.

https://www.chipublib.org/news/found-object-masks-assemblages-and-figures-art-by-salvador-campos-at-hwlc/

Chicago has a vibrant & inspiring art scene. I am proud & honored to be a participant.

Time to welcome 2020!

Alulu Brewery and Pub

I want to thank Monika Plioplyte for curating an exhibit of assemblages & masks at Alulu Brewery and Pub. They will be up thru the end of the year. So if you’re in Pilsen area stop in at 2011 S Laflin. In addition to the small batch craft beers and chef-driven menu, Alulu also employs the best in local craft spirits to make unique seasonal craft cocktails and beertails on par with the best in Chicago.

http://www.alulubrew.com/#craft-cocktails

Contemporary Finds


I am pleased to announce that I will be participating in a 2nd show at the Ice House Gallery in Evanston, IL entitled “Contemporary Finds”! The art reception is on May 4th from 5-8pm. This exhibit seeks to “challenge themes of perception, texture, and what can be considered art.” My first experience exhibiting here was amazing; I had my own display wall with 20+ of my pieces featured resulting in several being sold! I hope to see you all there.