UK-based sculptor Patrick Hurst draws upon a connection to the wider world, crafting abstract artwork for both interior and exterior spaces. The objects are often reflective, creating juxtapositions of colour, form and finish.
With Hora Vitrum, Hurst seeks a common ground between individuals in a divisive era. The piece is part of the summer exhibition at the Royal Society of Sculptors until 14 September. At Dora House, 108 Old Brompton Road, SW7 3RA, London.
To view a film on the creation of Hora Vitrum, click here.