Some narrative art tells a complete story. Many paintings require the viewer to complete the story with his imagination. Still, others require the viewer to read the title next to the piece to set the narrative. Some titles raise questions about what the meaning of the story is. A good example of this narrative is the work of Linda Carter Holman. For example – her painting “The Source”, makes the viewer wonder what source, what is the source for, what will it do, what is the full story? It intrigues the imagination.