Picture - Carol Decker Birmingham, England, Friday 20th June 2008

Carol Decker - Carol Decker of T'Pau Birmingham, England - signs limited edition prints of artwork by Melissa Mailer-Yates at the launch of RockFace at St Paul's Gallery Friday 20th June 2008







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