Salvador Jiménez-Flores was born and raised in Jamay, Jalisco, Mexico. He is an interdisciplinary artist and educator living and working in Chicago, Illinois.
M.F.A., Drawing, Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, MI (2014)
School of Art Centers International, Florence, Italy (2012)
B.A.S., Graphic Design & Digital Media, Robert Morris University, Chicago, IL (2006)
Studies at Ox-Bow School of Art, Saugatuck, MI
Assistant Professor of Art, Ceramics, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Joan Mitchell Foundation grant (2017)
Creative City Grant, The New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston, MA
Salvador Jiménez-Flores participated in a collaborative print project at Normal Editions Workshop in the School of Art at Illinois State University in April 2019. His lecture and project were partially supported by a Fell Trust award.
initial conversation about the imagery for the collaborative project with Erika Sheba, Salvador Jiménez-Flores, visiting artist, Morgan Price, Felicia Cannon, and Halie Hugenberg
Salvador Jiménez-Flores preparing to draw on the lithography stone with Felicia Cannon and Morgan Price
Salvador Jiménez-Flores drawing on the stone with brush and autographic ink
Salvador Jiménez-Flores drawing with a Korn's Lithographic crayon on the stone.
Felicia Cannon and Morgan Price buffing down the gum arabic after processing the stone
Felicia Cannon sponging the stone
Felicia Cannon and Morgan Price proofing the image on good paper
Salvador Jiménez-Flores, Morgan Price, and Veda Rives Aukerman considering various printed impressions
the N.E.W. team gathers for the selection of the Right To Print impression
Salvador Jiménez-Flores signing the Right to Print impression
N.E.W. team with Salvador Jiménez-Flores and the signed R.T.P.
Salvador Jiménez-Flores and the selected impression for the edition
Morgan Price shows Salvador Jiménez-Flores the stack of prints in the finished edition which are ready for his signature
Salvador Jiménez-Flores begins the process of signing each impression in the edition
Salvador Jiménez-Flores signing each impression with the title, impression number, his name, and date