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!

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.

Strange Fevers

This is my second participation in an exhibit at Columbia College.

Strange Fevers Exhibit
Columbia College Chicago Library
1st Floor
April 12 to May 31

Strange Fevers features work in various media that transforms and shapes experience the public both physical or electronically for playful or political purposes. using the existing culture either as impetus or camouflage, including altered signage, pranks or hoaxes, illusions, street art, faux propaganda and more…

Join us for an afternoon of discussions, readings, and exhibits in honor of our Strange Fevers focus topic