Monet’s exhibition of her work, halted when she fell seriously ill from chemical poisoning. She documented the stages of this experience in several bodies of works, bringing home a global issue via her personal experience. Subsequent to her decade long recovery, Monet again began to exhibit. This has included a screening at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2010 and a screening in conjunction with the Berkley Art Museum’s book Radical Light in 2011, and a solo show at Krowswork Gallery in Oakland, CA. Her expressions range from performance/video pieces, to multi frame video installations. She’s taken video-stills from a strip club and printed them to look like master paintings. She has transformed the pages of a family album and had them woven into photographic tapestries, tapestries being iconic of her hippy upbringing. She also works with photography, drawings, street art, and more.