Angela Edmunds

“Wheelbarrow Love (& other lovely tools)”

Two years ago, my partner and I embarked on a journey to build our own home. Over the course of the build, there have been tools that are completely indispensable. My wheelbarrow is one of them. When we made our journey to Yukon a few years back, we only brought a few essential items. Justin brought his record player and records, and I brought my wheelbarrow. The series focuses primarily on my wheelbarrow but features a few other handy items. I started creating this series as part of the Expanded Field course at SOVA. Additional pieces in the same series will be on display at the Confluence Gallery until June 12.

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Wheelbarrow Love – Angela Edmunds

Exhibit, June 2022. SS Keno, Dawson City, Yukon. Photography by Miriam Behman

Wheelbarrow Love – Angela Edmunds

Exhibit, June 2022. SS Keno, Dawson City, Yukon. Photography by Miriam Behman

Wheelbarrow Love – Angela Edmunds

Exhibit, June 2022. SS Keno, Dawson City, Yukon. Photography by Miriam Behman

Wheelbarrow Love – Angela Edmunds

Exhibit, June 2022. SS Keno, Dawson City, Yukon. Photography by Miriam Behman

Wheelbarrow Love – Angela Edmunds

Exhibit, June 2022. SS Keno, Dawson City, Yukon. Photography by Miriam Behman

Wheelbarrow Love – Angela Edmunds

Exhibit, June 2022. SS Keno, Dawson City, Yukon. Photography by Miriam Behman

About the Artist

Angela Edmunds is an educator and artist who explores themes of place, mental health and wellness. She grew up in central Saskatchewan on Treaty 6 territory, where she developed a love for the land and a passion for learning. She respectfully acknowledges and is thankful to live, play and work on the traditional territory of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in.