Blue Wren by Doris May Hotchin (nee Clarkson)

A special gift

Sometimes the best gifts are those which are handmade. What better gift to give a patron of the arts, than a painting? It’s believed Doris May Hotchin painted this blue wren in watercolour and gave it to her husband Claude Hotchin. He kept it on his desk to look at and enjoy every day.

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Beverley Station Arts - Gallery & Platform Theatre

The heart of Beverley’s art community

A delightful gallery in an old railway station. This small collection hides treasures from prolific painters. The gallery is home to the Shire of Beverley Art Collection, which started with a Claude...


120 Vincent Street
Beverley WA 6304

Open Hours

Thurs to Sunday to 11am - 3pm. Closed in January unless there is an artist in residence.

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