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Free Pizza Wednesdays for February

Free Pizza Wednesdays for February.  Join us at the GoNE, Inc studio, gallery and frame shop for free pizza the month of February on Wednesdays

Get Framed by GoNE, Inc

Get Framed by GoNE, Inc. Become a fan on our Facebook Page.  All fans of Giclee of New England, Inc. on Facebook will be entered to win a 16×20 custom frame. Just join us as a fan before January 1,2010 to be eligible.

Great Marketing Idea

A local Photographer, Denise Smith, is creating a unique way to develop her Tweeter and Facebook lists and drive traffic to her blog. She is running a 12 days of Christmas contest with great give-aways. Check it out.

Photo conferences for 2010

Photo conferences for 2010. check out some of the upcoming photo conferences for 2010

How to Purchase a Giclée Fine Art Print

Beautifully decorated homes are not complete until there is art on the walls. In the past, homeowners had just a few options. One could purchase original works of art, often at very high prices. For some this was an investment and for others it was for the satisfaction of having something of beauty in their … Continue reading

Call for Entries

Call for Entries. GoNE, Inc.’s New England’s Finest Artist Show – Call for Entries  Show runs Jan-Feb 2010 If you are an active customer of GoNE, Inc. we would love to show off your work.  

New Gallery Show

New Gallery Show.

Judging Doors

One of the benefits of my job is that I often get asked to judge art at various events. This past week I was invited to judge an art project at my old high school, Monson High School. (The same school my sons attended but in a brand new building.) The event was a “door decoration … Continue reading

Poetry On The Road

 This article is a facinating look at the creation of digital art based on poetry. Poetry On The Road’s VisualPoetry Posted using ShareThis