Sol Lewitt, a monumental figure in Conceptual art and Minimalism, was just like other struggling emerging artists taking many detours in his life in the beginning of his career. As a soldier, he served in the Korean War. As a mechanical support, he worked at Seventeen magazine. As a graphic designer, he assisted in the architecture office. As a night receptionist and clerk, he worked at a museum. Although every step of the way to become the artist was tough and difficult, he remembered these experiences were fruitful and valuable for him to formulate his own style in his long artistic career. Don’t be down if you are about to face a small detour! Take it as a life lesson to make you great! BBuzzArt believes in your passion for art and that is the art that we believe!