Artist, painter, designer, creator and entrepreneur, she was born in Spain in 1976. Her first contact with painting was in her childhood at the age of seven. When her grandfather often took her to the Prado Museum, which awakened her interest in the art world.
In 1997 she traveled to Japan for the first time and in 1998 she finished her studies in Advertising, Marketing and Art Direction and moved to Japan to live there.
During his first trip to Kyoto in 2000, his artistic vocation began to take shape.
His works are directly influenced by Japanese art. His life in Japan allowed his immersion in the different traditional techniques of the country while developing them.
His works bear a stamp, both personal and universal, with a clear influence of Japanese art and culture, combining Eastern and Western visual techniques of oil painting.
In doing so, he has managed to develop an original and different style, both in painting and in the decoration of traditional Japanese Urushi lacquer. She has created the “Kourinhaku-oil” technique and “Neo-naturalism”.
Sonia G Caballero has developed a genuine pictorial language, bringing together elements in her works. Her compositions include bright colors combined with precious metals such as GOLD, SILVER, SILVER, COPPER… that reveal a strong influence of Japanese artists such as Ogata Korin, Hokusai, Zeshin and European artists such as Klimt, among others.
In his portraits he seeks perfection with the processing of photographic images. The most important characteristics are his high concentration of naturalism together with attention to detail.
She has extensive teaching experience in the subject of Art at the Montessori school in Yokohama, Japan, with children from 3 to 12 years old.
In 2017, she started working on a new Art and jewelry project with rose gold, white gold, yellow gold and diamonds.
Since 2018, she has been working on coral sculptures with PLATINUM and DIAMONDS in combination with oil colors.
Sonia is in continuous innovation creating new works and developing new projects.
With more than 20 years living in Japan, she has self-taught herself the delicate Japanese art.
A consolidated artist in Japan, with eight collections, covering different themes. Her work with a distinctive and unique seal, fusion between Eastern and Western art, exhibited at the Embassy of Spain in Tokyo, on the 400th Anniversary of Spain-Japan relations, in 2014. With five exhibitions in one of the most recognized galleries in Japan, as is the Bunkamura Gallery in Tokyo. His fifth exhibition, in September 2019 as a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the gallery concluded with an influx of more than 4,000 people in one week.
In 2019, he gave to the Government of the United Arab Emirates his Work “The Year of Tolerance”, a Work that currently remains in that country.
“I love creating alternative worlds from my dreams”.
With its singular color harmonies and mysterious aura, DESEOS is at the heart
of the collection designed
by Sonia G Caballero
DESEOS are the fruits of THE TREE Of WISHES
DESEOS are small pieces of artwork like jewels which come together with wishes… The result of meticulous and delicate artwork, leading to a world of peace and connection with the essence and the innermost desires of each. This work has a great power that can clear the mind and the heart.
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A book that brings children closer not only to art but also to a philosophy of Japanese life and thought that will help to model the child's personality in terms of respect ,in accordance with the current environmental situation.
THE JAPANESE WORD WHERE CREATIVITY HAS NO LIMITS AND EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE. KUU, the empty but energetic space where imagination can be shown in all its immense possibilities. KUU空 空 (Sky/Empty) KUU, is one of those Japanese words of inexact translation, and that we can apply to an infinity of spaces and elements. I
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お守り Good luck in projects, work, business, exams, health, love, protection… OMAMORI are a kind of lucky charms in Japanese culture, similar to the cross or medals of virgins and saints for Christians. Each Shinto and Buddhist temple has its own OMAMORI, and they serve to bring fortune and luck to different aspects of life
侘寂と美術 “When I go out of this fishing village at sunset on an autumn day, I don’t see open flowers nor coloured Maples unfolding their leaves.” This poetically defines the “tea master” Fujiwara Sadaiye (1162-1241). The artistic element that is part of the reality of SABI. According to the Zen master, D. T. Suzuki,
…develop our talent to fulfill our purpose… According to Japanese culture, we all have an IKIGAI. But to find it, a deep and often prolonged self-search is necessary. Finding the IKIGAI brings satisfaction and meaning to our lives. It is “the purpose of life” or “the meaning of life”. Its graphic representation is similar to
墨絵 A STYLE OF JAPANESE PAINTING THAT INVITES RELAXATION Originally, this started out as a monochrome drawing technique. Buddhist monks introduced it from China during the fourteenth century, but it belongs to the Japanese school of painting. The Sumi-e mainly represents landscapes and natural shapes. Sesshū, Shubun, Eitoku or Tohaku are all artists and creators