July 21, 2005 - LAKE OSWEGO, OREGON...Lake Oswego’s new community bank, The Bank of Oswego, will sponsor an upcoming art showing outside Fenouil Restaurant in downtown Portland’s Pearl District Thursday, August 4. The showing will feature the works of longtime Lake Oswego resident and new business owner Debbie Naone, whose work can be described as “abstract impressionism.’

Most of Naone’s large works, which she says are inspired by two years spent living in Hawaii, are created with oil, acrylic and occasionally copper and gold leaf. A commissioned artist, Naone has shown her unique work at a downtown Portland architecture firm, as well as a retail boutique in the Pearl District.

Naone’s work will be available for purchase the evening of the event, which will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will last until approximately 8:30 p.m. in the courtyard adjacent to Fenouil Restaurant and Jamieson Park at 900 NW 11th Avenue.

The Bank of Oswego, a locally owned and managed full service bank, is located in Lake View Village, at the intersection of A and State in downtown Lake Oswego. Lobby banking hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and at other times by appointment. Ample parking is available in the Lake View Village parking garage.

The Bank of Oswego serves businesses, individuals, entrepreneurs, women in business, and the mature market through: complete lending and deposit services; a mobile branch courier service; on-line banking; complimentary ATM usage; complimentary access to a “Community Room” for meetings; and an “At Your Service” concierge, who will provide expertise on local attractions, information about local events, and assistance with special arrangements.

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