In the spring of 1969, Woodstock Ventures asked me to do a poster for the large outdoor concert they were planning for the village of Wallkill, NY. in August of that year. I based the poster on Ingre’s La Source and surrounded that image with cupids, flowers and hearts in jewel-tone colors. After I delivered the art to the printer in late June, I left NY for a month in the Caribbean. During this time, the town of Wallkill forbade the show and it had to be moved to Max Yasgur's farm. As I was not available to do a new poster, it was done by Arnold Skolnick, and deservedly became very famous.
17”w x 22”h Giclée Print on Heavy Archival Matte Paper