Greeb’s Oysters – Joe Seme
Greeb’s Oysters, Acrylic, Framed size: 10 x 40; Image size: 8 x 38
I collect antique oyster cans, mostly from the Chesapeake Bay. I also collect antique advertising. This painting depicts a colorful old-time sign, probably from an old store somewhere in the Baltimore area. The background is all painted. It is NOT an old piece of wood. Some artistic license was used in the name; just a slight change to avoid copyright infringements! It is nicely framed in an off-white driftwood style frame.
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You could say Joe Seme is well rounded. A professional artist since 1973. Graduate of Florida State University; former Marine, writer, and night club owner. Lives in Wilmington, NC. Twice widowed. Waterfowl Festival Gold Room Exhibitor 25 years. Directory cover artist in 1980 and 1990. Inducted into the WFF Inaugural Hall of Fame in 1992. Art work in corporate and private collections worldwide. Featured in countless publications including "American Artist," "Chesapeake Travel & Leisure," "Town and Country" Waterfowler's World," and many others, including a major article and cover painting in SALT Magazine, March 2018. At least a dozen magazine covers. Currently writing a book. Still plays in a wood bat baseball league.
Ducks Unlimited "Artist of the Year" in several states. Numerous "Best in Show" awards in numerous states and shows. Winner of numerous Ducks Unlimited competitions Waterfowl Festival 1992 Hall of Fame Inductee. A museum retrospective. (Most Valuable Player, 2007 & 2013 Roy Hobbs World Series, Fort Myers, Florida)