"I have been breaking crayons and splashing paint on my shirts since 1969 when I was five years old. The book Harold and the Purple Crayon fell into my hands at the library and I was in awe that someone could draw on a wall and not get in trouble...My creativity was triggered and inspired by joy and laughter. If it’s not fun, it’s probably not for me."
"Revelry has been instrumental in my growth and success. When I walked through their doors ten years ago I did not feel like an artist. I was unsure my work was any good but I knew I had to try. Creating reminded me of a happiness I had lost in life...I have always loved that Revelry is supportive, plain and simple. They believe in you probably before you feel the same. It’s a rare community where you feel valued for who you are and what you do... I could go on and on about my love for Rev. Mo McKnight and her team are remarkable. They’re all a godsend. I hope they know it. " - Kasha Ritter