Ethel Revita’s drawings and paintings are populated with brightly colored, joyful figures suspended against an equally vibrant background. Revita carefully composes each piece so that blocks of solid saturated colors play off of each other for a vibrating effect. The animals and people in Revita's artwork are made up of geometric shapes of various sizes and colors.

Ceramics, textiles, and papier-mache are other media Revita has mastered in the Creativity Explored studio, including a large horse sculpture made from found materials. Revita lends her eye for pattern to a robust surface design and fiber art practice, including embroidering geometrical and organic patterns on clothing.