Stimulating the viewer's imagination, moving away from allusiveness toward suggestiveness. Creating stories that are constantly ongoing and can have infinite endings yet to be discovered by anyone. For Stanislaw Fijalkowski, one of the most interesting ways that practicing informel gave him was the possibility of using the means of expression in a symbolic way. Placing abstract forms in pictorial reality became necessary only if they were to bring additional hidden content to the work, giving the desired meaning.

By intelligently ascetic use of only those means of artistic expression recognized by the artist from the necessary - he created works that were calm and harmonious and at the same time expressive and emotional. The achieved effect was the result of using a cool color palette with an admixture of suddenly appearing aggressive black.

2012 "Works on paper", Marchand Exhibition Salon, Warsaw, Poland.
2010 "Works on paper" part 2, EGO Gallery, Poznan, Atlas Sztuki retrospective exhibition, Lodz, Poland
2009 "Works on paper" part 1, Arsenal Gallery, Poznan, Poland
2006 "New works", EGO Gallery, Poznan, Poland
2002 "Painting", EGO Gallery, Poznan, Poland.
1994 XYLON International Show, Winterthur, Switzerland
1986 Cagnes-sur-Mer International Painting Festival, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France
1979 European Graphics Festival, Heidelberg, Germany
1978 Frechen Graphics Biennale, Frechen, Germany
1977 Ljubljana Graphics Biennale, Ljubljana, Slovenia
1972 "Bianco e Nero," Lugano, Italy.
Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
1969 Sao Paulo Biennale, Sao Paulo, Brazil