Art Mood: Helen Redmond

Interior designer Jono Fleming creates looks for three artworks with sophistication, balance and mood.

/ Moments of stillness are captured in Helen Redmond’s work Fountainhead. With its jade hues and expansive walls, this space plays on complimentary tones and textures, adding an earthiness in materiality that settles next to the water of the artwork. This space is a retreat, a resting place, to pause and relax, as the water flows in the pond nearby. A meditative space that allows you to stop and reflect. / 

Jono Fleming

Helen Redmond, Fountainhead. Oil on canvas, 120 x 170cm. Courtesy: the artist. Helen Redmond is represented by Otomys, Melbourne.

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Helen Redmond is represented by Otomys, Melbourne. View her work here.

Artworks for sale by Helen Redmond

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