Feb 08, 2024 - Sale 2658

Sale 2658 - Lot 58

Price Realized: $ 500
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 800 - $ 1,200


Sled Hill Cafe.

Group of six mixed-media, hand-painted posters on board and one lithograph on board. Various sizes, ranging from 559x356 mm, 22x14 inches to 705x578 mm, 27¾x22¾ inches. Circa 1969.

Advertising music performances at the Sled Hill Café, in Woodstock, N.Y. The Sled Hill Café was a popular after-hours bar, restaurant and music venue where musicians such as Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, and The Band gathered, jammed and drank into the early morning hours. While music venues like The Joyous Lake, the Purple Elephant, and Café Espresso were on Woodstock's main drag, the Sled Hill was a backstreet bar in what was left of Woodstock's art colony. The café operated until the early 1970's.

The performers included in this lot are: New York folk/rock band Chrysalis [hand-signed by its lead singer, James "Spider" Barbour]; Oklahoma singer/songwriter Roger Tillison; folk musician Dwain Story with Eve and her Folk Harp; country/rock/blues band, The Montgomeries; Detroit city's Garfield Blues Band; and Benny Wilson.

Jerominek was one of four artists who founded the Woodstock School of Art in 1968.