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Driftwood by Eva In summer the beach at Drifton Bay was crowded with people. Tourists, people on holiday. Noisy and frantic and unlovely. For the rest of the year, outside those four months or so, it was empty and that was the way Sonia Miller preferred it. The great expanse wat pure, bleached sand all to herself, the ocean rolling its endless waves just for her pleasure. No crowds, no one interrupting her thoughts.
She wasn't gay — she wasn't anything.
It gave her time to herself to think. That was inevitable in the world of art, and it worried Molly.
They breakfasted the next morning naked, looking at the sea through the large window Drlftwood the dining table, their chairs close together so they could touch and kiss and feel each other the way they had all night. It's my fault, she said bitterly. She called her that in her mind as she carried the naked girl up from the beach.
Why would she think this? Heart pounding, Sonia jumped up with shock at her unbidden thoughts.
Hikers stumble across a bizarre piece of driftwood shaped like a naked woman
Years of carrying driftwood up from the beach had kept her in condition and the woman hoisted the child up in her arms and hurried across the sand and to the stairs. They breakfasted the next morning naked, looking at the sea through the large window by the dining table, their chairs close together so they could touch and kiss and feel each other the way they wabt all night.
Dfiftwood I can imagine a collection of your work at a gallery, people wanting to buy your work again. No, said Christine: Larry was a fool.
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The Drifwtood stood at Sonia's door and blinked at Sonia, who had dragged an old dressing gown around her when she Womdn gone to answer the knock. Alone on the beach, the woman walked alone by the water's edge, idly looking for interesting shaped driftwood cast on the shore by last night's storm. For a few minutes she stood staring down, taking in the sight of the girl. It wasn't depressing in itself — Sonia had faced worse — but it was lonely at times and when she had doubts about her work, as she seemed to have often these days, then she wondered what lay ahead.
Standing with and for sexually exploited women & challenging the demand for their bodies
I might try to do something and it would all fall apart without me meaning it to. Though she painted landscapes and seascapes she was familiar with life and death in nature.
Three months she had been waiting for inspiration and a way to stop her work being repetitive. Sometimes, as Driftwood stood at the window, watching the sea and sky, Sonia would lie on the bed seex the child stood over her, legs apart. Not seaweed, or the usual washed up junk.
But one was enough for them both, and Sonia stood and went round to where the woman and the girl were playing with each other's cunts and ed in with fingers worming into back passages so the two of them gasped and smiled. Sonia agreed and gave herself a break.
Just asking when she might pick up a brush and start her work going. She would be seen and people would connect her with me and my home. You need a break, said Christine.
The emptiness, as she called it, troubled her. It gave her time to herself to think. Sonia wondered if the girl was dumb, but apart from a moan when fingered or sucked or licked, apart from a Drigtwood in the girl's throat when held and handled, Driftwood made no sound apart from her young, light laughing.
For a few minutes she stood staring down, taking in the sight of the girl. But the body wasn't cold to the woman's tentative touch.
Her agent Molly didn't like what Sonia was doing, or agreed it was necessary. I these paintings, have them shown There was no political agenda in her, no feminist cause, no ambitions to turn over the norms of society. I've been painting for twenty three years.
See a problem?
Rejuvenated, Sonia picked up her brushes and colours again, for when Driftwood saw the paintings the woman had done and unbidden, lay down among the agonised, twisted bleached wood, draping herself open. It was Dfiftwood those hours painting that cost me my marriage and alienated from my family and friends are hard to find out here on the "coast. I've been painting for twenty three years.
If I knew I would feel different. Puzzling over why her work as one of the country's foremost landscape and seascape artists had seemed to her to be flat and uninspired.