Renowned for her humour and quirky mischievous characters, Pamela Irving’s Irreverent Tales is an entertaining and witty exhibition, destined to evoke smiles from delighted patrons.

Her enthralling Yolo Man will be displayed alongside His Apocalyptic Alphabet with intriguing references to famous artworks throughout art history.

Irving is represented in national and international collections. She may well be best-known for her notorious bronze sculpture Larry La Trobe, the larrikin dog infamously dognapped from central Melbourne in 1995 and also for recent mosaic works at St Kilda’s Luna Park.

Join Pamela Irving at the Whitehorse Artspace on Saturday 29 July between 1-3pm during Open House at the Box Hill Town Hall.

NOTE: Pamela Irving's artist talk on Saturday 22 July is booked out.


Left: Pamela Irving, Mr Iconoclast (detail) 2015 © The artist