Joyce Hatchett

Joyce Hatchett is genuinely a working artist. Arriving in Western Australia as a 7 year old from her native Scotland, Joyce already had paint in her veins, and by 11, she was taking lessons in oil painting. With a firm intent to create, Joyce threw herself at a broad range of creative pursuits, and in the visual arts, one of the hallmarks of Joyce’s practice is still the range of things she does. This is not an artist who can be easily pigeonholed. Currently Joyce is running her own studio Learn More

Hatchett Gallery

The Hatchett Gallery is situated in Wellington Mill in the heart of the picturesque Ferguson Valley, just over two hours south of Perth and less than 30 minutes from Bunbury. Visitors will immediately be entranced with the breadth of work from Joyce, and delighted with the surrounds in this, one of the most delightful corners of the South West. As well as the chance to meet and speak with Joyce herself, and discuss the original thoughts behind the art you see, you can also watch her at work on h Learn More

Kiss Cow Moosic Mania

Ferguson Valley artist Joyce Hatchett has given her latest creation a real rock and roll flavour. As one of the 80 artists commissioned to be part of the Cow Parade in Margaret River, Mrs Hatchett unleashed her inner rock star to create an eye catching KISS cow, complete with make-up and body armour, that bass player Gene Simmons would be proud of. Titeld “Moosic Mania – Kiss Cow”, Mrs Hatchett said she had an absolute ball designing and crating the heavy metal bovine with some help from Learn More