PictureJoan Baez’s portrait of her sister, Mimi Farina. Courtesy image.

Three years after Donna Seager and Suzanne Gray landed the first solo painting exhibit from legendary singer-songwriter and activist Joan Baez with “Mischief Makers” a series of acrylic paintings of some of the most famous “risk-taking revolutionaries” at their Seager Gray Gallery at 108 Throckmorton Avenue, the trio are collaborating again.

This time Baez, the folk music icon is working with Seager and Gray, her Mill Valley gallery representatives, to offer 100 prints of Baez’s portrait of her sister, the late Mimi Fariña, for a suggested donation of $1,000 each to benefit Bread & Roses, the nonprofit Fariña founded, Bread & Roses Presents. The organization’s mission is to bring “hope, healing and joy through live music and the performing arts to children, adults and seniors who are disadvantaged, marginalized, or otherwise isolated in diverse institutional settings in the San Francisco Bay Area.”

For more info on ordering  on print orders, call Bread & Roses at 415-945-7120, email here or  go to breadandroses.org/donate. Of the $1,000 donation, $925 is tax deductible.

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