“Bleeding” presents a raw, unvarnished glimpse into the artist’s perception of existence—vivid, visceral, and unabashedly real. The use of stark reds against a soft background captures life’s inherent intensity, while the bold, almost caricature-like depiction of the figure introduces a sense of dark humor. This contrast evokes the notion that life, in all its messy glory, is a creation that is often as chaotic as it is beautiful. The painting stands as a candid acknowledgment of life’s brutal truths, delivered through an artist’s lens that finds the comedy in tragedy and the profound in the everyday.