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Tiffany’s Art  


Previous Exhibits:

2nd INTERNATIONAL ART FESTIVAL "CHANIA 2004" UNDER THE AIGIS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CHANIA PAINTING, MIXED MEDIA, SCULPTURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, DIGITAL ART, INSTALLATIONS Omma Center of Contemporary Art, together with the Municipal Government of Hania, Crete, Greece and DI.PE.H (Public Cultural Organization), are organizing the second International Art Festival from June 24, 2004 through July 9, 2004 at the NEORIA public exhibition center in the Old Town of Hania. The exhibition space, a converted 15th century vaulted Venetian shipyard, is over 4000 square meters in area. It will be the largest art exhibition ever held in Hania and one of the largest ever held in Greece, and will be covered accordingly by the local and national media.


Friday, December 19, 2003 - Sunday, January 25, 2004
- the Cherokee Assay Office -
Friday, June 20, 2003 - Sunday, July 27, 2003
- Jacob's Ladder -
The Chico Art Center

Friday, December 05, 2003 - Saturday, December 27, 2003
- September 11th with Poetry - Trail of Tears - Scottie's Castle Revisited - ? War -
Agora Gallery SoHo, New York City


November 4th 6:00 PM to 2:00 AM
The Sub Lounge San Francisco, CA
628 20th St


August 2003 through October 2003
- the Cherokee Assay Office - Stump/Dark Angel -
The Saint George Salon of Art St. George Hotel in Volcano California



“I really dug your art work...  glad you are making art... keep up the beautiful work.”

Christopher Fabbri , SF/EastBay CA

Sub Lounge San Francisco, CA


“. . . very powerful.”


“The digital images that you have provided reveal the full measure of

expression as prescribed by the skillful navigation of the medium.  Today's  advanced technology is in many ways the current art movement. Your work amplifies the fusion of your creative and expressive abilities with that of this new and exciting medium.  Wonderful work.”

Angela Di Bello

Director Agora Gallery

415 West Broadway, New York, NY 10012


I LOVE 'Trail of Tears'!!” 

Doreen Erhardt

Owner/Director Salon of Art

Volcano, CA



“Awesome graphic, well done!”

Darrell Palmer – Artist/Photographer


“Exquisite imagining, we love your unique style!”

 Nicole Goldberger, Creative Consultant

1-800-303-2977x 287



Artist Statement


It is my belief that true art invokes an emotion.  There are many beautiful pictures, photographs, paintings and digital pieces that are soon forgotten after they are viewed.  I have tried to produce art that you will remember, to evoke emotion, to make the viewer ask questions.  I have tried to do the same with my poetry.  In the end, it will be you, the viewer, who will decide if my work is remembered.  If my work is art.  Or if it is merely paints a pretty picture. I took a sabbatical from art because I could not produce through photography, painting or combining the two, the vision I had.  I took photographs and squirreled them away until digital technology caught up with my imagination.  Photo papers were difficult to work with and photo chemicals are environmentally hazardous.  It was messy.  I was unable to produce a product that had longevity as well as something I would be proud to put my name on.  I didn’t want to just be the “next Ansel Adams”. . . Each piece is culmination of a lifetime of work and unless noted is a one of a kind art piece. Each limited edition of 100 has further been limited by my initial printing. I would rather each piece to be unique. I became discouraged with Giclée prints. Papers were not as represented. It was difficult to produce what I had in my mind so I began combining Giclée prints with oils and finally I have returned to painting with oils.

Portfolio 1  I have included mostly what I consider pretty pictures.  Portfolio 2 shows the beginning of much of my digital work including Beauty and the Boogie Man a tribute to our friend the late, great John Lee Hooker, the father of the Boogie.   Portfolio 3 brings you into the light where Portfolio 4 takes you not only into the horrors of war but also a glimpse into the past with the monochromatic “the Blacksmith’s Bellows”.  Portfolio 5 goes back to the earlier days mostly of photography. Portfolio 6 begins my drawings and it is within this series I begin to combine Giclée and oil. In Portfolio 7 and Portfolio 8 I have begun commenting on the Native American history and making political statements. I have continued my political views in oils at Portfolio 9 and Portfolio 10   and Portfolio 11.  Portfolio 12 is dedicated primarily to music And  Portfolio 13 is more sureal. My selection of Bin Prints was planned as a limited edition series but was discontinued as was The Kokopelli Collection and The Elder Collection and also The Poetry Collection. Whatever has been printed is the end. Just too much bookkeeping. I would rather concentrate on my art rather than on the accounting.

Although you can view the slide show and enjoy my art, many of the pieces have poetry that adds to the mood of the piece and tells some of the meaning behind the art.  By clicking on the thumbnails I hope to enhance not only your understanding of the art but of my world.  Each page is a unique surprise.  See what treasures you can find and enjoy the journey into my world. In the end, I do my art to please me.  If it also pleases you that is only icing on the cake.


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Due to the differences between monitors, light and reflective properties of paper,

color may vary slightly from what is viewed via the internet.

Please allow three weeks for custom mounting and framing.


For My Bio or my

Artist Statement.

My images are fine art Giclée and dépagi prints with my newer work being oil on Giclée. You may find some of this work disturbing but some of these images tell the story of our people others war or politics. History is disturbing. There are things we must never forget. Freedom is something we must never forget and the sacrifices made to keep that freedom. We must continue to fight for the right to live free and at the same time, we must not deny others the freedom we hold so valuable. Freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion freedom of expression and freedom of the arts are rights we must afford foe as well as friend. My personal views can be better understood in 
An Open Letter to the President

My books:


Run Amuck  Reflections in Poetry Solar Energy ConChue's Trip


Squirrelly Squirrel


the Solar Energy Con

Is solar energy really what
it's cracked up to Be?
Or is it
the con of the century?
You be the judge.
Exposed is one Woman's
heartbreaking tale of
living Off the utility grid.

Reflections in Poetry
An intimate glimpse into the
soul of Native American poet
Tiffany Montano




Squirrelly Squirrel

Where will the next generation
of environmental activists come from?
Squirrelly Squirrel and the other
forest animals come together
to fight for their homes.

Environmentalism and Government
Run Amuck

Is Obama's New New Deal doomed to fail?

Chue's Trip
Chue' Trip 

Chué empowers your children
to stand up for themselves.
Chué and his friends are
playing in the Amazon Forest
when they come upon an inviting
pile of seeds which send Chué
on the greatest adventure of his life.

Dedicated to Polly Klaas










Show your Support for Real Energy:

On June 26th 2006 my dog BooBoo died from water intoxication because living on solar energy I was unable to keep him cool. When I began to crunch the numbers I documented the fraud that the environmentalists have perpetrated on the American public. I challenge you to read the information I have put together for you. After you read this, make up your mind for yourself and I urge you to write your legislators.


BooBoo Spirit of Samson

Gone But Not Forgotten.  A tribute to a special friend BooBoo. 

If interested in buying any of the art on these pages you may call me at 707-998-9607 or email me.  

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Popa's Blues