MoPop Piano, Exhibition
Ten artists, including Taylor, were chosen to paint scenes on pianos donated to the music festival. They had a few days to work on the pianos before they were placed along the riverfront for the patrons of the festival to admire and play. Taylor's piano introduced life and death existing together and thriving-- A skeleton shows off a devilish grin as the hands of the skeleton are placed in an open position allowing for the plants surrounding to spread their growth.
Scarab Club, Plein Air Exhibition
August 2017- September 2017
Multiple artist throughout Detroit gathered to get their blank canvas's stamped at the Scarab Club the morning of the show. Afterwards, each artist ventured out to paint on scene in Detroit and by 5 PM, return back to the gallery with their completed Pain Air painting to be hung up for the show at 7 PM. My painting in this show is a landscape including the bridge to Belle Isle from the dock at the Detroit Yacht Club.
Telling Stories, Exhibition
July 2018- August 2018
Taylor and artist, SALAW, shared the honor of having a show together at the River's Edge Gallery in Wyandotte, MI. Both his artwork and hers took the audience back in time to tell stories of the past dating from the 1920s to the 1960s.
Detroit Shipping Company, Exhibition
May 2019- June 2019
This visual show featured two artists, and both artists brought forth acrylic and digital pieces illustrating retro themes. The works were heavily figure based with technical elements featured in many pieces.
Two James Distillery, Leaving Home Exhibition
December 2020- February 2020
This show featured works by Taylor Stanislawski and SLAW as a post lockdown show. During the pandemic, Two James Distillery had their bar open strictly for holiday retail and part of that involved a successful art show for the walls.
Detroit Artists Market, Scholarship Exhibition
March 2021- April 2021
This scholarship and exhibition program commemorates more than eight decades of diversity and achievements by the College for Creative Studies and the Detroit Artists Market. Alongside ten other artists, Taylor showed four traditional acrylic paintings.