Marc DeBauch Art Collections
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Artwork by Marc DeBauch
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Hockey Butt 2 by Marc DeBauch
Hockey Butt by Marc DeBauch
Flying Grasshopper Solstice by Marc DeBauch
Window of Change by Marc DeBauch
Cody With Sponge by Marc DeBauch
Dakota Skater Boy #2 by Marc DeBauch
Sweaty Landscaper by Marc DeBauch
Kirby in Leather by Marc DeBauch
Come To Daddy by Marc DeBauch
Cowboy in the Sand by Marc DeBauch
Gabriel on the Floor by Marc DeBauch
Portrait of Karri by Marc DeBauch
Restless Sleeper by Marc DeBauch
Merry Lil Nas Xmas by Marc DeBauch
Year of the Tiger by Marc DeBauch
Seth on a Swing by Marc DeBauch
Sacrifice of Love by Marc DeBauch
Eager Slave by Marc DeBauch
The Gold Bracelet by Marc DeBauch
Friendly Flasher by Marc DeBauch
Skater Boy by Marc DeBauch
SAILOR SHOWOFF by Marc DeBauch
Into The Waves by Marc DeBauch
Young Man Shaving by Marc DeBauch
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About Marc DeBauch
Marc DeBauch has been creating homoerotic fantasy art for almost 40 years. Raised by a conservative family, and forced to go to Catholic grade school, Marc only rebelled against the repressive nature of the church. (This is still evident in some of his religious art.) At the age of 23 he joined the sex cult of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, changed his name to Satyarthi, wore only red clothing, sold all of his worldly possessions, (except his paint brushes), and moved to India. When he returned to the USA, Marc began to paint turbulent landscapes and fantasy art, including homoerotic subjects. In 1995 Marc won first place in the Tom of Finland Foundation's Emerging Erotic Artists Contest. Since then, his art has been exhibited internationally in galleries, museums, erotic art festivals, gay pride festivals, Gaylaxicon and BentCon. His paintings have been published in books as well as numerous new age and adult magazines.
Marc has a website of his art http://marcdebauch.com
Marc's interests include archeology, zoology, astrology, mythology, botany, art history and dog obedience training. Marc currently lives in Minneapolis with Eduardo, his husband of 30 years, and their Boxer dog, Fausto.