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Skowhegan Langlais area


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The Bernard Langlais Art Trail

In late 2013, Main Street Skowhegan was gifted 25 Bernard Langlais sculptures from Langlais's Cushing, Maine estate. Bernard "Blackie" Langlais was a prolific sculptor known for creating oversized sculptures made from scrap wood and found objects. He was both a student and teacher at the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture. 

Already a destination on the Langlais Art Trail, these 25 Langlais pieces provide an opportunity to experience multiple works of Bernard Langlais within the town of Skowhegan. Area residents and visitors are welcome to stroll through downtown, walking from one installation to another.

Several restored pieces have already been installed at the Skowhegan Free Public Library, Main Street Skowhegan office, the Town Office, the Renaissance Center pedestrian walkway, the Skowhegan Recreation Center,  The Skowhegan Area Chamber of Commerce office, the old Skowhegan Grange building, and other outdoor downtown locations.

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