Japan is undoubtedly a country that has become my source of inspiration, places like the Japanese park Monet’s Pond and the province of Gifu, are sources that I like to drink to get inspired. I remember that recently a boy wrote to me for advice, because he had lost his inspiration, and I didn’t know
Sonia G Caballero agrees with Ernest Oriol the creation of her new high jewelry line. We have always said in Romero that sharing is the basis of Premium Networking, and therefore, one of our most recent brands, Sonia G Caballero, has understood that together we are stronger, and has taken advantage of the Romero platform
The Spanish artist tells us her passion for high jewelry, and her inspiration to design truly unique pieces. The “Art & Jewelry” project emerged after the creation of the work “The Tree of Desires.” This piece is a work inspired by Ōgata Kōrin, a Japanese artist from the Rimpa school and from the Edo era.
At a time when everything seems homogenized and what is personal costs more, particularly in the art world, many times we must ask ourselves what makes us choose between a work and another, what leads us to buy a painting or another. Several artists currently use similar techniques, personal styles that remind us of the
Meet Romero Premium Networking’s New Partner: SONIA G CABALLERO, when Asian and Western art merge together. As a blow of fresh air, Sonia G Caballero has made an entry in the Romero corporate environment, as usual, thanks to a personal recommendation of our Premium Networking. And, of course, only one thing crossed my mind after
Finding a form of expression is not easy. Finding the space which feels that we have inside finds a format which define ourselves, can take us a lifetime. Sonia G. Caballero found it in Japan, specifically with the technique of Kourinhaku-Oil. The use of gold has been much appreciated in Japan in many fields, not