She worked closely with Lisa Layden, the hospital's chief operating officer.
"I showed her a variety of images and was able to see what she liked," Taylor said. She then got to work selecting pieces for public areas and for the wings of the hospital in which patients stay according to age.
A series of colorful animal prints lines the children's area, and Taylor said they're probably her favorites.
"These were poster images and because I know the publisher, we were able to size them up," she said.
The teen ward also has graphic prints, although they are more age appropriate, with skateboarders and girls in cowboy boots.
Photo reproductions line much of the public areas and adult wards and again, Taylor said relationships with publishers and photographers help her to purchase images at affordable prices.
In all, she selected more than 50 pieces for Highland, and during a recent visit she noted there are more spaces that could use artwork if the hospital's budge eventually allows it.
"I walk through a space, and wherever there's a sight line, I like to place something," she said.
Contact writer Monica Orosz at mon...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4830.