Monika Rumbolt is an Inuk Visual artist from the southern region of Labrador. From a young age she has had a passion for creating art that represents her culture and love of the land. Many of her works are based in traditional practices and uses natural materials such as furs, sea grass, labradorite, and handcrafted paint from dried flowers and berries. Her most remarkable works sit in the Human Rights Museum in Manitoba, a dedication to her mother and the MMIGW movement. She now spends her days in western Labrador with her spouse and little girl, Abigail. Her business, Putlavimiut Studio now provides land-based experiences and teachings from the region to those who wish to learn more about the Indigenous peoples of Labrador.