Linda Witte Henke creates digital and mixed-media art expressive of spiritual themes, social issues, and personal experience.  In recent years, her practice has shifted from working primarily with textiles to working primarily with paper, prompting her to explore a variety of materials, processes, and styles.  The change has ushered in a burst of both creativity and productivity.


Linda’s exploratory work has been exhibited in hundreds of juried solo, group, and invitational exhibitions in Europe, Asia, and North America.  She is also a published author of books, magazine articles, and journal abstracts on subjects related to art, spirituality, and worship.


For more than two decades, the focus of Linda’s practice was on liturgical commissions, during which time she completed more than 80 liturgical art projects that reside in parish, agency, and private collections.  Although she has discontinued her commission practice, her commitment to liturgical art continues in her collections of print-on-demand fabric liturgical banners and the creation of digital collections of FREE visuals to support congregational worship throughout the liturgical seasons. She also conducts video interviews with liturgical artists for the Center for Church Music, contributes articles to journals and magazines, and continues to create work in a variety of media for exhibition and purchase. 


For the most up-to-date information about Linda’s practice, please reference her periodic newsletter, to which you may subscribe HERE.