Welcome to the new mitchmen blog

Welcome to mitchmen, home of Mitchell's Art.

I only post occasionally here but in the sidebar you can connect to my two principal sites - my blog (where I talk about my work and pay tribute to artists who excite me) and my Yahoo! Group (where you can join my mailing list, read my stories and see my latest pictures).


There's also a link to a small gallery of my work here (last updated Aug 2016).
If you have problems with the link read this notice.


T
hank you for your interest and support.
Mitchell (updated Aug 2017).

Monday, 4 September 2017

Music and muse

Apollo V by Thomas
A piece of male art that you could hang on any wall. It is not intended to be erotic or sensuous but succeeds in being both by dint of the sheer beauty of the model, subject matter and colouring. The pensive muse reaches out to our emotions as we wonder what he is pondering. The artsy crowded patterns suggest a complex life, perhaps a struggle to master a difficult composition. Lovely.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Another Spring Shower


This image of Dwain Leland presenting an arching body to the sprinkling water of the shower showcases his fine physique but there's a sense of reckless abandon in the pose, underlined by the soggy, sagging underwear and turned-down waistband which his mother would scold him for. (Photographer: Mark Jenkins)

If you look at Dwain Leland's Instagram you'll see he's a man that loves to show off his body also at White Steel

Thursday, 13 April 2017

Cycling Shorts


They say that cycling's having a bit of a boom at the moment but if all the men rode dressed like this we'd all be out there watching. This isn't the sort of garment you think of when the words cycling shorts are usually uttered but the clever pairing of blues makes it seem the most natural combination in the world. It's quite a complex design which itself gives it man appeal. The blue side flash also deceives the eye into thinking these are skimpier than they really are. Put 'em on a stunning model and Bob's your uncle. Where's the nearest bike shop? The crossbar is a very underhand trick though.