Goldstine has made and exhibited many pieces of mathematical art, often involving textiles. A set of
bead crochet jewelry pieces by her visualizing the
map coloring problem on three different
manifolds won the prize for "best textile, sculpture, or other medium" in the art show of the 2015
Joint Mathematics Meetings.
She is the coauthor of the book Crafting Conundrums: Puzzles and Patterns for the Bead Crochet Artist (with Ellie Baker,
A K Peters /
CRC Press, 2014).
Combining her interests in mathematics and fiber arts she is one of 24 mathematicians and artists who make up the