Sculpting courses in Brussels
La ligne d’horizon is a sculpture studio in Brussels which specializes in teaching modelling and sculpture with a model.
Pupils learn to reproduce what they see, to analyse shape, positive space and negative space. They construct outlines and plans and learn how to observe in the right way, through a variety of exercises that are all part of a systematic progression.
We offer you a serious and varied apprenticeship on the language of shape, derived from the close observation of nature.
We provide training in sculpture designed for all abilities and for pupils of all ages. La ligne d’horizon provides sculpture classes during the daytime or in the evenings, and also offers apprenticeships.
The course content
“a sculptor is someone who is interested in the shape of things, a poet in words, a musician by sounds.”
Who am I ?
Annabelle Hyvrier-Mingorance was born on 12 December 1971 in France; she graduated from the Académie Royale des Beaux Arts (the Royal Academy of Fine Arts) in Brussels, and obtained her teaching diploma (a DAP, diploma in pedagogical aptitude) in sculpture in 1995. Annabelle is a regular member of the review board for the school La Cambre and the Académie Royale des Beaux Arts. She is well-known in many parts of Europe and has had her work exhibited at numerous galleries. Her works can be seen in a number of museums.
“I taught at the school that I founded, ‘La ligne d’horizon’, in Brussels, for 12 years; I am now re-opening the school after a 5-year hiatus. I used this ‘hiatus’ to dedicate myself entirely to my personal work. I am currently represented by the gallery Roberto Polo Brussels; I recently finished a personal exhibition at the museum of Deinze en de Leiestreek, in January 2016, which was presented at its opening by Philippe Van Cauteren, the director of the museum S.M.A.C.K.