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acrylic on papera detail from number 24 in a series of 54, about the life of Australian bushranger Captain Moonlite
Captain Moonlite art book
Captain Moonlite Calendar
Captain Moonlite short film
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John Douglas Art
Emmett’s here tomorrow!!!!!! Can’t wait ;) He’ll LOVE this on, John, as much as I am, right now :)Not just YOU! I love, that composition and am a sucker for a blue-based colour-palette :) Take care :)
Thanks Chris – hello to Emmett! :)
– John Douglas
Nothing more profitable than the business of love. Your romantic side is showing again.
I can’t help myself – romance oozes from me – thanks Mr Miller
Wonderful John! i l luv the sparks!!!! a story with happy ending !!!…….I just pasted this for all….. My(being Captain Moonline) dying wish is to be buried beside my beloved James Nesbitt, the man with whom I was united by every tie which could bind human friendship, we were one in hopes, in heart and soul and this unity lasted until he died in my arms." His request was not granted by the authorities of the time, but his remains were exhumed from Rookwood Cemetery in Sydney and reinterred at Gundagai next to Nesbitt’s grave in January 1995.1
ah yes quite a story – I have done his entire life – amazed no-one has before – and a film on its way next…thanks Shylie
and there’s still room for you if we all squeeze over…
amazing work …..