Pinterest. It's a site that lets you bookmark items and store them on "pinboards." It's a great way to show off things you like, and create inspiration boards for decorating projects, parties, etc. It's a lot of fun to create and curate your own boards and see what other people have pinned. You can follow them, and their boards will show up on your feed.
pinboard for this project, and I am pleased to say that one of the items I pinned is now hanging on the wall. It's the Michelle Armas "teeny painting" - pictured below (at about actual size, come to think of it.) I've been loving her work for a while now. This little mini cost about $40. - a steal if you ask me, and if I had the funds, I'd definitely spring for one of her larger paintings. She sells some of her works, including the blocks above and some small paintings, in her Big Cartel store. (I got one of her cool signed calendars too.)
gallery. Just browsing through it, it appears many of the larger scale works she had available just a few weeks ago have sold. As of press time, the one below "Capri" - a 48 inch square painting, was still available, but the price has shot up in just the past few days from $1000 to $1400(!)
For more information and images of her art, check out Michelle's blog, Armas Design.