|This landscape tapestry was created by artist Martha Cole in 1978,|
and features a scene near Disley, Sask. (Shauna Powers/CBC)
Saskatchewan fibre artist Martha Cole uses a quilting technique to create large pieces of textile art that look like paintings. One of her pieces features a grain elevator. Another highlights the prairie sky. It's massive in size at four-feet by eight-feet, and features only the tiniest slivers of ground before the sky takes over.
|Artist Martha Cole created this piece in 2005 from cotton, fabric paint, |
assorted threads and batting. (Shauna Powers/CBC)
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