Late muralist, and father of Veronica ‘Compton’ Wallace, Armando Campero, a native of Mexico, attended the San Carlos Academy of Art in Mexico City where he understudied with Diego Rivera. He came to America on a scholarship to study at the Fine Art School in Chicago, later traveling to New York and Paris.
He leaves behind a collection of political art, a mark in history through his murals, art and genius.
And who is Eliz?
She is one of a few female Tibetan Lama’s in the world. She studied Mahayana Buddhism under Tibetan Lama’s until she became a Lama herself; the ex-wife of Armando Campero, biological mother to Veronica “Compton” Wallace through first marriage for both Armando and Eliz, named through her Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism practice, Sonam Chotzum.
Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles
Armando Campero Stock Photos and Pictures
Mural Commissioned by the San Fernando Valley Bar Association
Mural Unveiled At Juvenile Court
El Mexicano-Americano, Ayer, Ahora