This is “Rippled Sky,” one of the paintings in Utah artist Joseph Alleman’s eighth showcase Astoria Fine Art. The show will hang through Aug. 14.

Joseph Alleman’s paintings time-stamp the landscape, embracing architecture and light in watercolors and oils. His style walks a line between contemporary and traditional aesthetics, providing a solace that is universally retrievable.

American Art Collector Magazine said, “When Joseph Alleman paints a barn, he’s not just painting four walls and a roof ... he’s marking a place in the universe.”

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Since moving to Jackson Hole in 1992, Richard has covered everything from local government and criminal justice to sports and features. He currently concentrates on arts and entertainment, heading up the Scene section.

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