Drawing is contrary to interpretation. Square is pleased with its squareness, which is enough. This is a big mistake: finding peculiarities for shapes. In drawing, the sides of things talk most sincerely.
A square is just a square with only one side, which is its squareness, and someone who thinks the one side to be four, has lost his mind.
It is the same with drawing. Plates, spoons, desks, phones, human figures: all these things are the same for the drawing artist. What matters is that I am drawing, and the pen does so wearily on the white paper!
Other things, interpretations or analyses, are there for slaughtering the artist or his art. Drawing is contrary to interpretation; equally insignificant, if the property is interpretation.
Seyed Mohamad Mosavat