Trigonal

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Trigonal

Trigonal

Trigonal Gallery, founded in 2016 by Jonathan Goodman, is a homage to Rita Long, a pioneering figure ahead of her time. The name "Trigonal" is an anagram of Rita Long, celebrating their legacy as a passionate art patron, the first in their family to earn a college degree, and a renowned color consultant featured in the New York Times Magazine. Goodman's vision for Trigonal was to honor Rita's love for fine art and their dedication to cultural education. Trigonal's core mission is to democratize art by making it accessible to every home. Goodman, who believes that a blank wall is a missed opportunity for artistic expression, envisioned every space as a canvas for cultural enrichment. The company faced a significant challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to the closure of their physical gallery. However, Trigonal adapted by shifting their focus to the digital realm, promoting and selling NFTs, and supporting artists working in electronic mediums. Additionally, Trigonal launched a YouTube channel during the pandemic, providing artists with a platform to showcase their work and connect with audiences. In 2023, Trigonal ventured into the retail market, embracing AI-generated art as a new frontier in the art world. The company supports the use of programs like MidJourney, envisioning a future where "prompt engineers" create high-quality artwork, ushering in a new era of artistic creation. Trigonal's commitment to innovation and supporting artists defines their unique approach to art curation and dissemination, embodying Rita Long's spirit of creativity and cultural advancement.

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