Kohler Foundation made gifts of roughly 3,000 pieces of Bernard Langlais art to a total of 56 non-profit organizations, primarily in Maine, during 2013. Major sculptures remaining on the Langlais property in Cushing, Maine were completed in 2016. The 90 acre property, the Langlais home, and a collection of the largest and most impressive pieces, including the iconic Trojan horse, was gifted in 2015 to the Georges River Land Trust. This unique collaboration of land preservation, architectural preservation, and art conservation creates a public access sculpture park named in honor of Bernard and Helen Langlais. The Georges River Land Trust, an organization well-known and respected in the mid-coast area, are stewards of the art and property and will also steward the Langlais estate into the future. The Land Trust will be partnering with Colby College for ongoing maintenance of the sculptures. For more information on Bernard Langlais, the Langlais Art Trail, and the preserved collection of sculptures, paintings, and works on paper, please visit our Bernard Langlais page under the Major Collections section of this website.