Looking through old photographs, I am struck by the expressions of the people. These are people from long ago – most long vanished from the earth – yet in their eyes and expressions are the same fears and desires, inhibitions and longings, that we experience today. Their costumes are different, the settings are different, yet they are us. I try to imagine them after the photo was taken – where did they go next, how did they feel, what were their lives about?

Allan Teger has been a full time artist since 1981. Before that he was a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and Boston University. All of his work has its roots in his studies and teaching of psychology and spirituality.

His newest work, photo transfer collage, speaks to the fact that all people have similar feelings - those from different generations, although dressed differently, are really no different from us - with the same fears, hopes, desires and conflicts as we experience.

Allan's work has been included in many gallery shows, exhibits, magazines and books. For a complete bio, see:

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