Sonia G Caballero

There is a mysterious order in the arrangement of things in the universe. It is a dominant symbol on Earth. The spiral.



It is a repeated pattern found on all levels of the microcosm and the macrocosm, from spiral galaxies, to the weather system and DNA.

We see several types of spirals and helices in nature in shells, fossils, cobwebs etc.

Many can be seen as logarithmic spirals or spiral growth.s signify the growth and expansion, and are what we perceive as the twisting, creative force in the universe.

They are observed in the intelligible world as shapes in space, and in the visible world as shapes, here on earth. They are ubiquitous and archetypal patterns.

In my works, the waves of the sea, the wind, flowers, desires etc. are all represented.



SONIA G CABALLERO, Asian and Western fusion in art

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 meeting her: Romero must project this talent along with her personality to the world!

In the April issue of ROMERO MAGAZINE we made an extensive interview in which she tells us about her beginnings and pictorial influences.


As has become a usual practice in Spain, it is difficult for local artists to triumph abroad at first before they do in our own country, though things are certainly changing – and for good.

Sonia G Caballero is a woman, and also an artist from head to toe, who spent a summer in Japan when she was 21, taking advantage of the fact that her father was there on a business trip and a year later, once she finished school, she returned to that country for love – and there she stayed.

And her artistic vocation arose in the land of the Rising Sun ever since. With remarkable success, her art has been exhibited in prestigious galleries such as Bunkamura Gallery in the special ward of Shibuya, where Tokyo’s most fashionable and luxurious shopping malls are.

With great determination, she learned the Japanese language to get to know the Japanese society better. And, on a trip to Kyoto in 2000, the gardens and the Golden Temple of Kinkaku-ji caused her such sensory impact that greatly influenced her when painting with gold and other precious metals ever since.

The variety of artistic techniques used (Japanese fine art combined with classical traditional European ones) have given her work a unique and genuine character.

Romero is managing the digital communication plan of Sonia G Caballero since March of this year with a very clear objective: that of promoting the brand internationally so it can gain more visibility, a higher brand value and access to a wider audience than the one it currently has (Japan and United Arab Emirates). And, on a second phase through Romero Premium Networking, generating more business in Spain and other international markets. How are we going to pull this off? By creating opportunities such as private sales, exhibitions and exclusive events for our local and international partners, as well as those events hosted by Romero. Because Romero does fulfill its purposes and is fully committed to its partners by sharing its corporate environment so a long-lasting business relationship is established as a result.

We hope to provide Sonia G Caballero with all our know-how and expertise so she can achieve all her goals.

Telephone. +81 80-4850-3014

SUMI COLLECTION | EXHIBITION – dec – 2017 | Bunkamura Gallery- TOKYO

Sonia G Caballero

SUMI COLLECTION EXHIBITION | Bunkamura , Shibuya, Tokyo


4 dec. 2017 – 10 dec. 2017

【Artist’s gallery plan】

12/9(sat)  12:00~13:00
12/10(sun) 18:00~19:00

Sumi-e or Suibokga is a traditional drawing technique in its monochromatic ink origins of the Japanese Painting School. In my works I also use Iro-sumi, which is colored ink, mixed with precious metals, Platinum and 24K Gold . Using various techniques which are exclusive to Suibokuga.



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Have you heard of Japanese Sumi-e art? This ink painting technique has been appreciated for centuries for its simplicity and beauty. Sonia Caballero, a Spanish artist, has developed her own version of Sumi-e, fusing traditional techniques with her own artistic perspective. In her introductory Masterclass to Japanese Sumi-e art, Sonia shares her knowledge and experience with those who want to learn and improve their artistic skills.

Sonia Caballero’s students include both professional artists and people who simply want to learn about the art world. Through her Masterclass, Sonia teaches them the unique techniques of Sumi-e, as well as its unique value in the art world. If you are one of those interested in learning about this technique, don’t hesitate to join Sonia Caballero’s Masterclass, you will learn a lot about the fascinating world of Japanese Sumi-e art!



Level I – 4 places

Level II – 4 places

1.000 €


Techniques | Dossier & Materials









When does the class start?
Sonia’s class is scheduled to begin this summer. Students who pre-enroll will receive early access to the materials and dossier.

What does the enrollment fee include?
• Membership in an active community of engaged students (upload your own work, or provide feedback to your classmates)
• Access to Sonia G Caballero feedback and answers in Office Hours.
• Class-specific tools to help you practice your craft.
• Japanese Art | Sumi-E Level I Diploma.

What format does the class take?
MasterClass is an immersive online experience. The curriculum for each MasterClass is designed by Sonia G Caballero. Dossier with extensive content techniques and illustrations. Provide feedback on others’ work.
You can practice the techniques learned in class during the week and present a craft at the end of each week.

How long is the class?
Each class includes 12 hours online with Sonia G Caballero, distributed in one month, in 4 weekends. You can choose Saturday or Sunday.

Is the class live?
Sonia’s class includes live class lessons, which can be watched at live. There will be opportunities to connect with your classmates in the community, which will happen in real-time. We’ll announce any community activities to students in advance as they happen.

Will Sonia see my work?
As those opportunities arise students will be notified and given directions on how to submit their work. MasterClass does not accept unsolicited work.

How can I reserve my plaza ?
• You have to register with your personal information in order to send the materials to your address.
• Pay 50%.
• 1 week before beginning the first class, pay the remaining 50%.

How do I contact MasterClass?
Send us an email at and we’ll be happy to help.

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Sonia Caballero’s Corals exhibition at Bunkamura Gallery in Tokyo is an impressive display of the fusion between European and Japanese art. The artist uses precious metals and unique techniques to create uniquely valuable works of art that are trending in the art world and are highly valued by collectors and investors.

Sonia Caballero is a Spanish artist with a unique style that has become famous around the world. In her work, she uses innovative techniques and precious metals o create unique pieces that appeal to collectors and art lovers. In her exhibition Corales, she combines elements of Japanese culture with her own style to create a stunning collection that captures the beauty of nature and the underwater world.

If you are an art lover, this exhibition is a unique opportunity to see the work of one of the most talented and innovative artists of our time. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the beauty of Sonia Caballero’s artwork at the Bunkamura Gallery in Tokyo.

Inspired by the world of coral, such a beautiful world which spreads out under the sea. It is like a brilliant jewel which, however, is on the verge of extinction due to the destruction of nature and global warming.
“I hope this exhibition will inspire you to think again about preserving nature.”
Sonia Caballero

PLATINUM COLLECTION | EXHIBITION – Jun – 2016 | Bunkamura Gallery- TOKYO

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1 – “WISTERIA”- 2014 ( 90cm x 130cm, Oil on Canvas) Ashikaga Flower Park
2 – “WISTERIA KYOTO” – 2016 ( 60 cm x 180 cm, Oil on 3D Canvas, Platinum, Japanese traditional lacquer Urushi)
3 – “WISTERIA JAPAN ” -2016( 60 cm x 90 cm, Oil on 3D Canvas, Platinum, Japanese traditional lacquer Urushi )
4 – 5 -“WISTERIA”-2016 ( 30 cm x 120 cm |2 pieces, Oil on 3D Canvas,Platinum)
6- 7 – “GLICINA” -2016 ( 60 cm x 60 cm | 2 pieces, Oil on Cubic Canvas, Platinum, Japanese traditional lacquer Urushi)
8- ” WISTERIA GARDEN” – 2016 ( 32cm x 41cm, Oil on Wood Canvas, Platinum, Japanese traditional lacquer Urushi)


WISHES COLLECTION | EXHIBITION – Feb – 2016 | Bunkamura Gallery- TOKYO

The WISHES  EXHIBITION took place in Bunkamura from February 19th to 28th.

In this exhibition you can discover how the fusion between European and Japanese art results in unique and impressive works. The exhibition “Desires” by Sonia Caballero at the Bunkamura Gallery in Tokyo is an impressive display of how artists from different cultural backgrounds can give rise to works with unique value.

This exhibition is characterized by the use of precious metals and unique techniques to create impressive and harmonious works. If you are a collector or an investor interested in the art world, you cannot miss this exhibition.

The exhibition “Desires” by Sonia Caballero at Bunkamura Gallery in Tokyo is a unique opportunity to discover the fusion between European and Japanese art and the value that can be attributed to unique and exclusive works of art. Don’t miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of contemporary art and discover new trends.

The exhibition that took place in the prestigious Bunkamura Gallery has been a success, which have passed in a week more than 8000 people.


In this exhibition are presented for the first time “DESEOS”.

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.

TREE OF WISHES is a mixture of elements of Japanese culture, “tori”, red wooden door, which indicates sacred area. In Japan, it is located at the entrance of the temples “; Ozojisan”, small stone statue located to the right, symbolizes protection of the walker; “Kamishimo”, folds of white paper that hang from the neck of the trunk, symbolize something sacred and protection …

To give life to this work I have used copper leaf, for its oxidation and its inevitable change of color.

The sea represents the welcome to anyone who wants to ask for your wish.

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.

This work was created especially to present at the Spiral  Exhibition which was held at the Embassy of Spain in Tokyo, on the occasion of the “Spain-Japan Dual Year 2013-2014, Fourth Centenary of Relations”.




SPIRAL EXHIBITION – 2014 | Tokyo- Embassy of Spain

Sonia G Caballero

On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of Spanish-Japanese relations in 2014 various cultural events are held to commemorate this year.

And how, by selecting different artists, writers, photographers who represent this historic event. This is the case of Sonia G Caballero, considered one of the greatest exponents of art in this Hispanic-Japanese fusion.

Art is a universal language that transcends geographical and cultural boundaries. In the exhibition “Spiral” by artist Sonia Caballero at the Spanish Embassy in Tokyo, you can appreciate the fusion between European and Japanese art. In this article, we will talk about how this fusion takes place and how art can be an interesting option for collectors and investors.

The various technical arts used, Japanese fine art in fusion with traditional European classics, have given her work a unique and genuine character.


In Sonia G Caballero’s work there is something unique, a very personal fusion between Eastern and Western techniques and materials as well as the approach to a wide variety of styles from a self-taught and free experience. This is something that can be appreciated in her seven collections, from the very Japanese like the Sumi collection, based on the technique of lacquer like the Platinum collection and materials such as platinum and gold, or those more western like the oil on canvas works.



On July 22nd, the opening of the Spiral Exhibition took place at the Exhibition Hall of the Spanish Embassy in Tokyo. Presided by Santiago Herero Amigo Cultural Counselor of the Embassy of Spain in Japan who opened the exhibition along with Javier Sanchez de Leon Delgado of the Cultural Section and of course by our protagonist artist Sonia G Caballero.

The fusion between European and Japanese art occurs when artists from different cultural backgrounds and artistic styles t to create something new and unique. This combination of styles and techniques can be clearly seen in Sonia Caballero’s “Spiral” exhibition, where elements of Spanish and Japanese art are blended into an impressive and harmonious work.

About 150 people were invited to the event and were able to enjoy the works of Sonia G Caballero and taste Spanish gastronomic products.

The exhibition can be visited until July 31.

the fusion between European and Japanese art is a fascinating expression of contemporary art. Sonia Caballero’s “Spiral” exhibition is an example of how collaboration between artists from different cultural backgrounds can result in unique and impressive works. In addition, the art world offers multiple options for those interested in discovering new trends and acquiring valuable pieces.

Miguel Angel Navarro, Ambassador of Spain.

Here are some words of Sonia G Caballero as a token of gratitude.

“I would share a list of gratitude with you. These are some of the people who have contributed to making this project possible:
First of all, my mother, Carmen Caballero, who introduced me to the world of art and has been a personal example of hard work and persistence, and, of course, my father.
My husband, Shinichiro Mikame, who has been my patron, has helped and encouraged me to make new projects, dedicating his time, love and patience.
To my children, Luis, Miguel and Sofia, who have been my energy as well as a vital source of inspiration. Santiago Herero Amigo: Cultural Counselor of the Embassy of Spain in Japan.
Javier Sanchez De Leon Delgado: Cultural Section of the Embassy of Spain in Japan (Organization and exposure monitoring · Call for Media)
Kana Miyamoto : Cultural Section of the Embassy of Spain in Japan (translations of texts and interpreter)
Daniel Yamauchi: Consular Section
Norie Nakao: Consular Section
Together with others belonging to the Cultural Section, assembly and technical areas from the Embassy of Spain in Japan who have worked on this project.
Jose Luis Ceballos · Spanish craftsman Martin Carpenter
Elena Diaz Gonzalez · Spanish Artisan
To all my teachers and people who have had a great influence on my work and have guided my path, including Mieko Sasaki sensei in Japan and Brother Jose in Spain.
Thanks to all the people from Spain have been partakers through Facebook, sharing, commenting etc.
Thanks to all who have sent flowers, cards and messages in public and private media with their expressions of affection and appreciation.
Thanks finally to all who have taken time to visit the exhibition.”