Oh yea the Green Lizard is on the web.

The Heard Museum

http://www.heard.org/monongye/ The exhibition “Jesse Monongye: Opal Bears and Lapis Skies” was on display from December 4th, 2010 to June 26th, 2011. Some of Jesse’s jewelry is on permanent display at The Heard Museum.

Ornament Magazine

http://www.ornamentmagazine.com/backissues/backissue_34_2_JesseMonongye.php Feature article on Jesse Monongye “Catching the Stars”, issue 34.2, 2010.

http://www.ornamentmagazine.com/features.php#boloties July 2012 article on Bolo Ties where Jesse Monongye’s Grand Tetons Bolo Tie is the front cover.

American Masters of Stone

http://www.americanmastersofstone.com/ Click on Artists>Biographies G-M> Jesse Monongye. Jesse's father Preston Monongye biography is also on this site.  This is a website dedicated to those North American artist working with stone using techniques defined as “Commesso” or “Intarsia”. Feature a page showing some of Jesse’s work and background on what inspires Jesse’s art.

Sedona Indian Jewelry

http://www.sedonaindianjewelry.com/jewelry/monongye/art.html Sedona Indian Jewerly picuring a 1990's Jesse Monongye (Monongya) and some of his work.

YouTube.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5q3M3tZ3Dkw Heard Museum TV Interview, Jesse talks through some of his art work that was in the exhibition at the Heard Museum “Jesse Monongye: Opal Bears and Lapis Skies”.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klVzmKgKLEk Arizona ArtBeat interviews Jesse Monongye on HORIZON Eight, Arizona PBS. Showing Jesse at his studio and behind the grinding wheel.