First American Title Insurance Company

FERNLEY--First American Title Insurance Company is seeking "new, young, old and in-between Fernley and Wadsworth artists," to display their work in the upcoming year.

Since the title company moved an office to the Fernley area, each month an artist has been displayed in the business, through the company's Fernley Artist on Display series.

Artwork ranged from watercolor, oil to photography and computer works of art.

"It has been our privilege and pleasure, here at First American Title, to sponsor these wonderful artists and hope that more will come forward and share their artwork with us and the community," said Sher LaGault, branch manger and local artist.

Not only did local artists receive publicity but also a reception for the artists was held at the of the show period.

This upcoming year, the company is seeking artists that would like to participate and display their work.

First American Title can only accept work that can be hung on the walls; in frames when appropriate and the artwork must be in good taste.

"So calling all local artists, this is your chance to have your work hung in public at no cost to you," indicated title company staff.

Artwork is displayed for 30 days and at the end of the show First American Title will host a reception for the artists.

"We would like to thank the artists that displayed with us in 2007; Alice Drendel (watercolor); Tom Jackson (oil); Sharri Lou Casey (watercolor); LaVelle Castillo (quilts); Kathy Colegrove (watercolor); Arlie McCoy (watercolor); Jan Rudy (watercolor); Mary Beth Henson (watercolor); Kathy Burks (photography) and Lon Chaney (computer art). Also a very special thanks to Flowers by Mario for providing all of the wonderful flower arrangements throughout the past year for our artists receptions," said LeGault.

For more details call LeGault at 575-1711 or stop by the office at 460 W. Main Street, suite 101.


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