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Intaglio is a two novel series, following both the past and present lives of the main characters. Supplementary materials, including links to all the artwork mentioned, can be viewed at: danikastone.com

*NOTE:The characters, situations and artists portrayed in Intaglio are all fictitious.  Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.  Any commentary on artists, writers, or public figures, living or dead, is purely fictional and has no basis in fact. 
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Art can be revealing, connecting artist and viewer in unexpected ways. It can be healing, connecting the broken pathways of the mind. And it can hurt, bringing memories long buried to the fore. In Danika Stone’s Intaglio: The Snake and the Coins, art is all of this and more.      An angry young woman has moved from painting illegal graffiti—two steps ahead of the law—to studying art in college. Her graffiti-born style attracts the eye of a newly famous painter …
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