P. Wharton


Sculptor/Born 1964/Manchester/England.

Medium/lost wax casting/Pewter/Plaster/Fibreglass/Resin/Wood./Canvas/Metal/Glass etching/Assemblage/Other.


Bread And Butter Heroes Marthahttps://www.boxroom17.net/artworks/20-1/

At The Manchester Open Exhibition 2022 HOME 



Atom’s cruciform.  In the beginning. 2021 

Permanently on location at Chetham's Library, Priests' Wing of the Library.

https://www.boxroom17.net/artworks/21-1/

 

 

Atom’s cruciform was sparked by John Dalton's atom sketches from 1808. His decision to come to Manchester to teach and study was almost certainly influenced by the presence of Chetham’s Library, which had by then established a significant collection of scientific and mathematical works. https://library.chethams.com/collections/101-treasures-of-chethams/material-relating-to-john-dalton   
 

 

Chetham’s Library. Long Millgate. Manchester. M3 1SB. Tel 0161 834 7961


 

CHETHAM’S LIBRARY TOURS

 https://library.chethams.com/shows/chethams-library-tours/

 Visitor Enquiries Siân-Louise Mason, Visitor Services Coordinator visitorservices@chethams.org.uk

 


Festival of Libraries: A tour of Chetham's Library

Join Manchester writer Rosie Garland as she guides you through the libraries of 

Manchester, going behind the scenes with intimate tours and lots of fun along the way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkmZnmFBKhg

 

 



Faith On Tap

is now on location at St. George’s church Chorley for the foreseeable future. 2021
A big thank you everyone for such a warm welcome. 
https://www.stgeorgechorley.co.uk/

 

St. George's church. Chorley. Rev. Michael Print with Faith On Tap. 9th August 2021.


 

 

In the summer of 2010, a group of students in the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts (ITIA) started discussing how they might bring the conversation of theology and the arts to a broader audience, one beyond the academy. The result was Transpositions, a website that takes its name from an essay by C.S. Lewis.

 

Since that time, Transpositions has published posts by notable artists, practitioners and scholars, a publishing record that led Matthew Milliner, Assistant Professor of Art at Wheaton College, to reference “the frequently sharp and prolific output of Transpositions,” as well as awards like the Christian New Media Awards and Conference 2010 Runner-up Best Newcomer Blog and 2011 Runner-up Best Christian Blog.

In January 2014, Transpositions re-launched as the official online journal for the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts and was given a brand new web design in February 2015. For information about the regular contributors to Transpositions, please visit our Contributors page.

 

http://www.transpositions.co.uk/about/