Julia Douglas, Artist


A constant inspiration for my work is the home and the relationship people have with the objects they put in their own. I make art by exploring seemingly trivial household objects, and remake these by playfully transforming them.
Guaranteed to amuse…or at least bemuse.
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Julia Douglas, Designer


I am a web designer who creates self-manageable websites for sole traders and small businesses, specialising in working with artists and arts organisations.
I often work in partnership on sites with Colin Usher, combining expertise to offer a fully supportive experience.
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Julia Douglas, Studio Faire


I have worked with many arts organisations (most recently with the Society of Scottish Artists, coordinating their Annual Exhibitions) and have undertaken four artist residencies. With this experience in hand, I have moved to the south of France to set up a ‘creative retreat’.
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Gemma Coyle’s website, an extension of her practice.

It took over a year from our first meeting to the launch of Gemma Coyle's new website, but we both agree that it was worth the wait! Gemma contacted me in October 2015 to discuss the development of her new site. She wasn't clear exactly what she was looking for at...

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Robbie Bushe’s New Website Design

Scottish artist, Robbie Bushe and I first came into contact at Gray's School of Art, where I was studying and he was a painting lecturer. He probably didn't notice me much at that time as I was studying Textile Design and he was in the Fine Art department ... the two...

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Sarah Wyatt was an ideal client!

I can honestly say that working with Sarah Wyatt on her new artist website was a real pleasure. Sarah came back to me after our first phone call (using Skype) with a full list of websites she liked and disliked, explaining the reasons why, and with her content ready...

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Scottish Artist’s Websites Designed In France

Since I moved to France in April 2016, I have launched six new websites for artists who live in Britain and am working on (or am about to embark on) a further eight. I also have two clients for whom I do regular updates for, as they do not have the time or inclination...

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Ceramicists’s site is better than she was hoping for!

I met ceramicist Caroline Boyle in Edinburgh whilst up to my neck in packing boxes for my move to France. We devised a rough plan of action for her site and the rest was communicated using Skype and email. It really worked well for us both and Caroline now has a...

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Crowdfunding Campaign for Creative Retreat

Throughout August, Colin and I are running a crowdfunding campaign at IndieGoGo to raise funds for our creative retreat in South West France. Please join us on our journey to create Studio Faire by visiting: INDIEGOGO

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Bowled Over By Testimonial

I was completely bowled over this morning when I grabbed my iPhone to check my emails and found an amazing testimonial from textile artist Susan Bryson: 'Julia has created a fantastic website that completely reflects the nature and themes within my work. I am so...

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We Met Using FaceTime And All Went Smoothly!

When I was at art college, I had a saying pinned up in front of me at my desk (I think it may have been from Issey Miyake?): ‘Simplicity is the end, not the beginning.’ This is how I feel about a new website I have just completed to showcase the sculpture of Kenneth...

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Human Presence at Drum Castle Deemed a Success!

An article, published yesterday in the Scotsman by Alison Burke, talks about the National Trust for Scotland's Drum Castle partnering with the Aberdeen Art Gallery and the two exhibitions it is presenting from the galleries permanent collection, while it undergoes 'an...

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