Do you know why you keep thinking about an open-end story?
In this artwork I tried to reach the core concept of the "Zeigarnik Effect*" , how much this picture will last in your thinking brain before it get completed and archived. Our brains tend to complete the incomplete picture.
Is it normal drawing? Is it a sad girl crying? An amazing instrument capture? Or a girl holding violin that finished a sad violin melody? Or maybe happy and smiling while people clapping for her!.
Imagining the theme, the main or sub subject and constructing the story and feelings was not done by me, but you did that cause of your subconscious thoughts, you constructed your own experience about it. When you complete it you'll end up with your own "Qualia**".
*Zeigarnik Effect: Is the tendency to experience intrusive thoughts about an objective that was once pursued and left incomplete. It seems to be human nature to finish what we start and, if it is not finished, we experience dissonance. This incompletion (for some people) triggers the thinking brain and some feelings associated with it which makes it memorable.
**Qualia: subjective conscious experiences as 'raw feels'. "what it is like"