Joanna D‘Este Clark fell in love with the classical world and all things Greek while studying architecture and history of art at a Canadian university. For the last ten years she has been a strong supporter of the BCRPM (British Committee for the Reunification of the Parthenon Marbles). She is a member of Marbles Reunited, and in 2016 was invited to speak about her exciting new work at the Acropolis Museum in Athens. Joanna lives in London although she dreams of spending a lot more time in Greece. Stones of Destiny is inspired by her passion to see the Parthenon Marbles finally come home.
Stones of Destiny
One man’s greed can change the course of history forever…FIFTH CENTURY BC, ATHENSHumble sculptor, Nikodimos, toils away in his workshop to create a sumptuous marble masterpiece of Athena Parthenos destined for the Parthenon.NINETEENTH CENTURY AD, ATHENSLord Quimby, blinded by greed, plunders the...