Langlais Art Trail

After the Georges River Land Trust and Colby College, Skowhegan has the most Bernard Langlais sculptures in the state.

In 2013 Main Street received 25 sculptures from Langlais’s Cushing, Maine, estate. Both a student and a teacher at the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture during his lifetime, Bernard “Blackie” Langlais was a prolific artist known for his impressionistic folk-art style and oversized sculptures made from scrap wood and found objects.

Complementing Langlais’s iconic 62-foot Skowhegan Indian sculpture—which was erected in 1969 and dedicated to “the Maine Indians, the first people to use these lands in peaceful ways”—these 25 pieces provide an opportunity to experience a critical mass of Langlais artworks in one area. Residents and visitors are welcome to visit the various sculptures throughout town.

Click here for a full list of Langlais pieces on display.

Click the button below to make a gift to support the siting, maintenance, and educational efforts surrounding our Langlais sculptures. All donations are tax-deductible.