'All Washed Up - North Berwick' is a set of ink drawings of local landscapes on Chaney (which I discovered is the word for these fragments of china washed up on the beach) Chaney, pronounced “chay-nee,” was the local name given for beautiful pottery shards found on the beaches and grounds of old sugar mill plantations that are scattered around St Croix. Historically, the children of St. Croix would find the broken pieces of china, round them into coins and use them for play money or tokens for hopscotch. I really loved this explanation and have often collected these pottery fragments on our lockdown walks on the beaches in East Lothian. Most of the fragments I have used have no trace of any decorative pattern but have provided an interesting object and surface to draw on. Each fragment has been on it's own journey at sea.