Caropour is a remarkable self-taught artist. After several years of experimenting with different casting techniques, she began to develop her own technique – a unique combination of abstract and figurative painting. more

The artist’s particular concern is to draw the viewer’s gaze into the expanse. As we are often forced to work with things that are right in front of our eyes in everyday life, we have forgotten how to look at things from a distance. Through Caropour’s special technique, the eye first captures more concrete forms and motifs, then it takes in the fluid landscape features and finally the gaze loses itself in the distance. Eye and mind pause and find relaxation. Her motifs are real and surreal landscapes of the earth. They are intended to fascinate and inspire dreams.

Caropour lives and works in Dieburg, Germany. Since starting her career as an artist in 2022, the painter has taken part in several international exhibitions in a very short space of time. Her rapidly growing fame on Instagram has attracted the interest of galleries in Germany, Italy and the United States.



Caropour "Under Water" (2021) Funnel Pour. Acrylic on Canvas. 30 x 30 x 5 cm

Solo Exhibition

2024 Solo Show Sparkasse Dieburg, Germany
2023 Solo Exhibition Römerhalle in Dieburg, Germany

Art Fairs

2023 MIAMI ART WEEK, Florida, USA

Group Exhibitions

2023 Palazzo Ducale Genoa, Italy
2023 Arcadia Art Gallery Milano, Italy
2023 Time Square New York, USA
2023 Gallerie Cael Milano, Italy
2022 Sparkasse Dieburg, Germany

  • Caropour "Coral reefs" (2021) Swipe Pouring. Acrylic on Canvas. 30 x 60 x 5 cm
  • Caropour "Caves" (2021) Swipe Pour. Acrylic on Canvas. 40 x 50 x 2 cm
  • Caropour "Under Water" (2021) Funnel Pour. Acrylic on Canvas. 30 x 30 x 5 cm

The technique of pouring comes from America. Acrylic paint is made flowable, layered in different colour nuances in a cup and poured over the canvas (landscape pouring). This creates deliberate, but above all randomly flowing shapes and landscape elements (such as meadows, sea and sky). After drying, the artist intensifies the existing elements and applies various motifs (such as trees, ships or houses) with a brush, painting knife and fingers. The combination of flowing and concrete exponents is what makes this technique so appealing.