Shirley Englestein

“Linkages,” installation

Englestein’s medium has been called “rare and well done,” by Harice Leavitt of Pioneer Press. Each finger-woven circle represents a facet of life linked exponentially to the next, ultimately creating the whole cloth of our existence. She was one of twelve American artists whose work was selected to appear in the 5th International Biennial of Tapestry & Fiber Art at Beauvais, France, 2002.