Veronica Flowers


Veronica Flowers is an artisan from Hopedale, Labrador. She began sewing at the age of 11 when she made her first pair of moosehide slippers at a local sewing camp, assisted by Sarah Jensen and her grandmother Andrea Flowers. She continued to make slippers and began sewing other things as well, such as Inuit dolls and sealskin boots. Currently, she enjoys creating tiny boot keychains, sealskin earrings, and sealskin mitts for family and friends, as well as to sell. Many of her crafts are sold to torngat Arts and Crafts in Nain, Labrador, as well as sold to tourists on seasonal ships that visit Nunatsiavut.

About Veronica Flowers

Medium:

Duffle, Fabric, Seal Skin, Textile

Artistic Community:

Hopedale, NL

Date of Birth:

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25 June 1999

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September 12, 2017 Created by: Veronica Flowers