Michael Azgour is an artist and educator whose work addresses the impact of digital imagery on contemporary culture. His paintings combine evocative, expressive representation with geometric abstraction, reflecting upon memory, technology, and change. Azgour’s award-winning paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums in the United States and Europe, including solo shows at the Art Museum of Los Gatos, CA and Hohmann Fine Art in Palm Desert, CA, as well as Art Fairs such as Art Market San Francisco and Los Angeles Art Show. His work is part of dozens of collections, including a recent commission by Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. Michael has exhibited alongside a number of highly respected artists such as Joan Brown, Richard Diebenkorn, Elmer Bischoff, and Nathan Oliveira. Azgour regularly delivers public presentations, workshops, and artist presentations, including TEDx Krakow in 2017. Michael teaches drawing and painting courses at Stanford University. His teaching experience has included a wide array of subject matter, primarily in fine arts, but also in graphic design, architecture, arts entrepreneurship, and history of art and design.
Lecturer, Civil and Environmental Engineering