About the Artist
Allison Trentelman is a fine art photographer & artist based in Midcoast Maine. Her work focuses on the beautiful natural landscape & wildlife on the coast of Maine. Working on a rocky mountaintop not far from the coast, she doesn't have to wander far to find inspiration. The land is dotted with huge boulders and covered in mosses and lichens, and the Milky Way is visible on any clear night. The abundant beauty of nature and watching the landscape as it changes through the seasons inspires her work.
Allison's work is in thousands of private collections and has been featured in group and solo gallery shows across the country.
As Seen In
Professional Photographer Magazine
The Set of the NBC Show "Animal Practice"
Young House Love
& many others
Nice Things People Have Said
Allison Trentelman's photographs create the sense of peering into a silent, secret place, and the way she accomplishes that connects her with the best naturalists, who know that entering that world is about time and patience, observing and feeling. - Mel Allen, editor of Yankee Magazine
How else can you explain these images? Every time I see them, something deep inside me jumps for joy. The world looks different through the eyes of Allison Trentelman. Is it just me? Or is there a subtle sense of bliss pervading everything she photographs? One friend describes her nature prints as soft and feminine. To me they are full of consciousness and light. -Todd Smith, Transparency
I love the raw use of softly saturated color and the tiny bits of nature she captures in each image. It’s as if you can hear, smell, and feel everything about her images; the sound of snow falling, the scent of rain, the feeling of being near the ocean or in the quiet woods. -candacejean
One photographer able to perfectly re-create the astounding and heart-stopping images offered by our natural world is Allison Trentelman. Allison produces fine photographic artwork from the coast of Maine. Her meticulous work brings the magic, mystery, and stunning ruggedness of the Maine coast alive, and into our interiors. -Heartfire at Home