23½" x 18¼" (60 cm x 46 cm) pastel on pastel paper
"Jock" is one of the few words in the English language, that through its numerous meanings, almost universally conjures arousing imagery in the minds of gay man. For almost 200 years it was slang for penis. Today it's used to describe buff and brawny athletes as well as guys with an excessive concern for machismo. Of course it's also the shortened version of "jockstrap", that fetishistic 1860s invention, that oddly enough, was originally intended to provide a bit of modesty for men, to be worn under swimwear.
Welcome to the art of Michael Breyette.
Michael's pastel paintings capture the stunning beauty of the male form with warmth and sensitivity while never shying away from lustful eroticism.
This website contains fine art depictions of male nudity, gay themes, and men in sensual and romantic situations. Do not enter if you choose to be offended by this subject matter.
Otherwise, if you appreciate the male form in all its glory, come on inside and enjoy!