Sculptor Jay Lagemann to show work in Maryland

En route to its final destination is Mr. Lagemann's "Swinging Jenny" cast in stainless steel. — Photo courtesy Jay Lagemann

Jay Lagemann of Chilmark, known for his monumental “Swordfish Harpooner” in Menemsha, will show both large and small sculptures at the Academy Art Museum in Easton, Maryland, during the summer of 2014.

The reception for members and guests opens the show on May 30. Jay Lagemann: Language in Motion will be exhibited from May 31 through August 31 in the front and courtyard of the museum. This show will feature Mr. Lagemann’s large sculptures in bronze and stainless steel recently cast in Pennsylvania and Thailand, as well as steel and multi-media sculptures. A complimentary exhibition, Jay Lagemann: Small Sculptures, will showcase his smaller bronzes in the Selections Gallery of the museum from May 31 through July 20.

On Martha’s Vineyard, Mr. Lagemann shows his work at The Granary Gallery, The Field Gallery, and Featherstone Center for the Arts.

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