Sonia G Caballero was born in Madrid, Spain, in 1976. Her first contact with painting was in her infancy at the age of seven.
In 1986 she moved to live in Seville for family reasons.
In 1997 She traveled to Japan for the first time and in 1998 she finished my studies in Advertising, Marketing and Art Direction and she moved to Japan to live there.
In 2005 she finished studies in Interior Decoration.
During her trip to Kyoto in 2000 for first time, her artistic vocation began to take shape.
Her works are directly influences by Japanese art, being soaked up in the different traditional techniques of the country, and at the same time developing these cultural techniques .
Her works bear a seal, both personal and universal, with a clear influence of Japanese art and culture, combining visual techniques of Eastern and Western oil painting.
In doing so, she has managed to develop a very original and quite distinctive style, both in painting and Japanese Traditional Lacquer decoration, resulting in its own technique, the “Kourinhaku-oil” and “ Neo-naturalism“ style.
She has developed a genuine pictorial language, gathering in her works rare elements. Her compositions include bright colors combined with precious metals like GOLD, PLATINUM, SILVER, COPPER … revealing a strong influence of Japanese Artists like Ogata Korin, Hokusai, Zeshin and European Artists like Klimt being featured among others.
In her portraits she seeks perfection with photographic image processing. Therefore the most important features are their high concentration of naturalism together with the details.
Teaching experience in art class in Montessori Schools in Japan with children from 3 to 12 years old.”Give children tools and freedom to develop their talent and creativity.”
Since 2017, she has started working in a new project Art & Jewelry with Rose Gold, White Gold, Yellow Gold and Diamonds.
Since 2018 she is working in Coral sculptures with PLATINUM and DIAMONDS in combination with Oil Colors.
She is in continuous Innovation, Creation of New Works and taking New Projects.
With more than 20 years living in Japan and learning in a self-taught way the delicate Japanese art.
A consolidated artist in Japan, with eight collections, all very different. She has exhibited five times in one of the most recognized galleries in Japan, such as the Bunkamura Gallery in Tokyo. Its fifth exhibition, in September 2019 as a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the renowned gallery with an influx of more than 4,000 people in a week.
In 2019, he delivered 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”.
The Spanish artist tells us about her passion for Feng Sui. Feng Sui is an ancient Chinese philosophical system of Taoist origin based on the conscious and harmonious occupation of space in order to achieve a positive influence on the people who occupy it. In this way attract the favourable energies that help us to
She will exhibit again in the Bunkamura gallery in Tokyo two years after his last exhibition. After a whole year in Spain creating new works and new personal projects, Sonia G Caballero returns to her adopted country, Japan, to prepare the exhibition of her work that will take place at the Bunkamura gallery in Tokyo
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