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    Several of artist Bernard Langlais' wooden sculptures can be viewed throughout the city of Portland including "Playing Bears" at the Portland International Jetport. The art is a gift of the late artist's estate, Colby College and an art foundation.

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    "Acrobatic Dogs" at Portland Public Library.

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    A close view of "Acrobatic Dogs".

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    Langlais' elephant hangs at Portland Public Library.

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    A detailed view of Langlais' elephant at Portland Public Library.

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    Langlais' "Standing Bear" can be seen at the Ocean Gateway Terminal.

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    A detail shot of "Standing Bear."

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    Jack Parkin of Randolph shows his grandson Logan Parkin, 2, the wooden sculpture "Playing Bears" by artist Bernard Langlais at Portland International Jetport.

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    Travelers walk through Portland International Jetport where Bernard Langlais' sculpture "Playing Bears" has found a temporary home.

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    Jack Soley, former chair of the Portland Public Art Committee, hangs “Lion’s Head” at the Peaks Island branch library.

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    “Birdhouse Heads,” Deering High School

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