THE TREE OF WISHES -2013| 90cm x 130cm | Oil on canvas, copper leaf.


With its singular color harmonies and mysterious aura,”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 …
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 exhibition to be held at the Spanish Embassy in Tokyo, on the occasion of the “Spain-Japan Dual Year 2013-2014, Fourth Centenary of Relations”.
It‘s a work that reflects the essence of two painters, inspired by Ogata Korin’s “RED AND WHITE PLUMS”,Of the Japanese classical art school Rimpa, and Klimt’s “THE TREE OF LIFE”.
DESEOS  are the fruit of “THE TREE OF WISHES”.
“DESEOS”are born from the trunk of the tree in the form of spirals and grow and rise, until they become fruits …
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.


All the works of Sonia G Caballero are unique and exclusive pieces, carefully made with materials of the highest quality and noble metals, Platinum, 24K Gold, Silver … Using techniques of fine Japanese art in fusion with European classics Traditional, giving his work a unique character.
All works of Sonia G Caballero have a Certificate of Authenticity belonging to one of its Seven Collections Signed, Sealed and Numbered.

希望の樹”、2013年、90cm x 130 cm、キャンバス 油絵 銅箔。


”EL ARBOL DE LOS DESEOS" 2013, 90cm x 130cm. Oleo sobre lienzo, pan de cobre.
Esta obra ha sido creada en especial para presentar en la exposición que tuvo lugar en la Embajada de España en Tokio, con motivo del" Año Dual España-Japón, 2013-2014, Cuarto Centenario de Relaciones".

Esta es una obra que refleja la esencia de dos pintores , inspirada en "CIRUELOS ROJO Y BLANCO" de Ogata Korin y "EL ARBOL DE LA VIDA" de Klimt.
"El ARBOL DE LOS DESEOS" es una mezcla de elementos de la cultura japonesa, "tori", puerta roja de madera, que indica zona sagrada. En Japón, se sitúa a la entrada de los templos"; Ozojisan", pequeña estatuilla de piedra situada al lado derecho, simboliza protección del caminante; "kamishimo", dobleces de papel blanco que cuelgan del cuello del tronco, simbolizan algo sagrado y protección...
"Deseos" son frutos de "El Arbol de los deseos". 
Los deseos nacen desde el tronco del árbol en forma de espirales y van creciendo y ascendiendo, hasta convertirse en frutos...
Para dar vida a esta obra he usado pan de cobre, esperando su oxidación y su inevitable cambio de color.
La intención es que todo aquel que mire esta obra pida un deseo y se le cumpla.
El mar representa la bienvenida a cualquier persona que quiera pedir su deseo.