SPARROW LANE  presents an elliptical narrative of young women on the verge of adulthood. Drawing on the formal and thematic conventions of Nancy Drew books, 1970s horror films, and Alfred Hitchcock, the series depicts girls in search of forbidden knowledge. By employing suggestive and symbolic iconography such as chrome flashlights, skeleton keys, mirrors, birdcages and open drawers, literal narratives are suspended to suggest psycho-sexual metaphors.     For purchase inquiries contact:   NYC |   Robert Mann Gallery      PDX |   Hartman Fine Art       ATL |    Jackson Fine Art       SF |    Robert Koch Gallery   

SPARROW LANE presents an elliptical narrative of young women on the verge of adulthood. Drawing on the formal and thematic conventions of Nancy Drew books, 1970s horror films, and Alfred Hitchcock, the series depicts girls in search of forbidden knowledge. By employing suggestive and symbolic iconography such as chrome flashlights, skeleton keys, mirrors, birdcages and open drawers, literal narratives are suspended to suggest psycho-sexual metaphors. 

For purchase inquiries contact:
NYC | Robert Mann Gallery 
PDX | Hartman Fine Art 
ATL | Jackson Fine Art 
SF | Robert Koch Gallery 

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discarded photo.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_Behind the old painting_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_Inside the Forbidden Bedroom_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_Outside the Forbidden Bedroom_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Golden Pillow_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Heart Shaped Locket_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Lost Mitten_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Magic Elixer_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Missing Bird_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Red Purse_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Pink Chair_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Ruby Ring_Andres.jpg
spilt milk.jpg
   SPARROW LANE  presents an elliptical narrative of young women on the verge of adulthood. Drawing on the formal and thematic conventions of Nancy Drew books, 1970s horror films, and Alfred Hitchcock, the series depicts girls in search of forbidden knowledge. By employing suggestive and symbolic iconography such as chrome flashlights, skeleton keys, mirrors, birdcages and open drawers, literal narratives are suspended to suggest psycho-sexual metaphors.     For purchase inquiries contact:   NYC |   Robert Mann Gallery      PDX |   Hartman Fine Art       ATL |    Jackson Fine Art       SF |    Robert Koch Gallery   
secret portal.jpg
discarded photo.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_Behind the old painting_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_Inside the Forbidden Bedroom_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_Outside the Forbidden Bedroom_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Golden Pillow_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Heart Shaped Locket_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Lost Mitten_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Magic Elixer_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Missing Bird_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Red Purse_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Pink Chair_Andres.jpg
Sparrow_Lane_the Ruby Ring_Andres.jpg
spilt milk.jpg

SPARROW LANE presents an elliptical narrative of young women on the verge of adulthood. Drawing on the formal and thematic conventions of Nancy Drew books, 1970s horror films, and Alfred Hitchcock, the series depicts girls in search of forbidden knowledge. By employing suggestive and symbolic iconography such as chrome flashlights, skeleton keys, mirrors, birdcages and open drawers, literal narratives are suspended to suggest psycho-sexual metaphors. 

For purchase inquiries contact:
NYC | Robert Mann Gallery 
PDX | Hartman Fine Art 
ATL | Jackson Fine Art 
SF | Robert Koch Gallery 

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