Was there a silk screen skolnick Woodstock poster listing wallkill as the venue?

Yes, Arnold Skolnick was comissioned to re-design the original Wallkill Poster designed by David Byrds. The Woodstock Ventures group was still in negotiations with the town of Wallkill to have the event there. They decided a more user friendly poster was needed and softened the theme to "Three days of Peace and Music" in a last ditch effort to appease the townsfolk and be granted permission. As a result, very few of these were ever printed, and as we know, the event was banned from Wallkill and moved to Bethel, and the now famous Max Yassgurs farm. The line-up of bands were still being put together and some of the bands listed on the Wallkill did not attend. Very few printed, and hard to find.