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A letter to my 22-year-old self: one day you will leave your corporate job behind to become an artist, and you'll never look back

Opinion

A letter to my 22-year-old self: one day you will leave your corporate job behind to become an artist, and you'll never look back

Shona Lyon sold her successful businesses and left the corporate world behind and pursue a career in the creative arts by becoming a bronze sculptor at 44-years-old. When no one in New Zealand could teach her the art form, she journeyed further abroad to be privately taught by Martine Vaugel, a master sculptor in France. Here, she writes a letter to her younger self about this career pivot – but also emphasises it's never too late to pursue a creative passion.

Art/Sculpture

Valentines Day has been and gone but regardless of whether you love it or hate it, you’ve gotta love this ventricle glass vessel by Eva Milinkovic.

Architecture/Design

It’s fair to say that motorway underpasses aren’t always the most beautiful of sites to behold. With that in mind, Sydney artist Warren Langley has decided to shed some light beneath the Western Distributor freeway in Sydney, literally.

Events

Lovers of David Trubridge’s work can catch up with his latest pieces and some of the best that he exhibited recently at the Milan Fair at an exhibition at Simon James Design in Auckland starting July 22 until August 21. The exhibition will feature a selection of new lighting including a new coloured version of his coral lights, an extension of his Ebb range and a new plinth in woven translucent material for Cloudy Bay.