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|Residence||Tiverton, Rhode Island|
|Known for||Ceramic murals|
|Children||3, including Tao Rodriguez-Seeger|
Toshi Aline Ohta
Mika Seeger is an American ceramic artist. Although not primarily a musical artist, she did record a definitive version of "Great Green Gobs of Greasy, Grimy Gopher Guts". She is the daughter of Pete Seeger, a legendary American folk musician, and filmmaker Toshi Seeger.
Mika's ceramic murals were often created with other artists, including local school children.
- Providence, Rhode Island India Point Park 
- Cranston, Rhode Island Mural in Chester Barrow School 1994, Country & City" 1997
- Beacon, New York Under River 1990–92, Common Clay 1991–92
- Tiverton, Rhode Island Animal Alphabet 1994, A Walk Through Tiverton 1996–97
- Warwick, Rhode Island Under Creatures 1996, Friendship 1997
- Narragansett, Rhode Island 2007
- Friends Academy, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 2012-14
Seeger is married to Joe Bossom, with whom she has three children.
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