About Our Studio

Great Caribou Studio is a unique Indigenous Creative Arts & Crafts Studio located in NunatuKavut Territory in Labrador, Canada. We carry on the traditions by producing high quality items that represent our heritage & culture.


We are dedicated in providing you the best and highest quality indigenous products hand crafted in Labrador.

The Studio had it’s humble beginnings in 2018 in a converted Shed transformed to provide a comfortable & unique Shopping experience. Our Artisans though, have been practicing their craft for many, many more years.

Choose from Fine Art Prints & Originals, a variety of Traditional or Traditionally inspired clothing, Accessories, Jewellery or Home Decor items. The choice is yours!

Need a custom piece or a perfect fit.? We welcome special orders. Just shoot us an email with what you need and we will do our best to accommodate you.


In 2020, Great Caribou Studio is proud to become a member of the Économusée Network.
The Économusée movement is a hybrid between a business development organization and
experiential tourism destinations. An Économusée is a workshop and a boutique, as well as a centre for interpretation and documentation. On a trip to an Économusée, visitors will see artisans at work, access their knowledge and obtain their products without an intermediary. The Économusée mission is to preserve the best of tradition, to develop the entrepreneurial spirit of the artisan and to promote sustainable tourism. Visit Économusée members around the globe. To Learn more visit http://economusees.com/

Meet Our Artists & Artisans

Charlene Rumbolt, BA

Lead Artist & Knowledge Keeper

Charlene graduated Art College in the mid 80’s. She worked in the Art & Design field for 12+ years before attending UofW to obtain her BA in Psychology. Charlene is also a skilled facilatator presenting 100’s of workshops on a variety of topics

She returned to her  Visual Arts practice full-time in 2016 as a practicing
Contemporary Indigenous Visual Artist. Charlene is a multi-media Artist, enjoying painting, textile arts and traditional skills. She was a winner in the Senior Visual Arts division of Arts & Letters NL in 2018.
Charlene is a member of VANL-CARFAC & NL Craft Council


Red Bay Ladies


 This group of Elders have been knitting since they could pick up needles. They create beautiful sweaters, traditional Saltwater mittens and lovely toques all crafted from 100% wool.








Joyce Lee

Lead Artisan & Knowledge Keeper

Joyce Lee has been a practicing Indigenous Crafter since an early age. She particularly enjoys rug hooking, caribou tufting and traditional sewing. She has begun to pass on this knowledge through facilitating workshops.

She is married, has two  grown children and two grandfurbabies. She loves gardening and enjoying the land.


Katie Lee

Visual Artist & Artisan

Katie enjoys creating digital art that reflects her Indigenous roots. She also enjoys creating jewelry utilizing local supplies such as porcupine quills, sealskin and Labradorite.


Why Choose Us

Fast Shipping & Delivery

Via Canada Post

High & Premium Quality

Hand Crafted with Quality Assurance checks in place

Secured Payment

We Accept Major Credit Cards and EMT 

Member of

Gold Member of
Nunacor Business Centre