Because of my uncle's suggestion of Fado, a music genre in Portugal, I listened to it for the first time about a year ago. This music genre had a unique characteristic: I could feel both sadness and happiness in its melodies. It was an intriguing genre that seemed to tell complex human emotion, a mixture of deviating feelings. Inspired by the music's special coexistence of radical emotions, I drew a painting in which the sullen darkness and dynamic colourfulness coexist. In Fadu songs, the lyrics and emotions of voices deliver deep, complex heartaches. On the other hand, the backround rhythms and melody are contrastingly playful; they tingle the gloom and bring a hint of hope and joy. Just like in Fadu songs, sadness, depicted by the thick blend of colors, strikes up, but light cheerfulness surrounds the atmosphere like spreads of pop colors. Through this painting, not only did I succeed in grasping the music's emotion but also did I achieve to delineate complex human emotions.