Illustrations and Drawings: Bridget Starr Taylor '77, Rockwell Visiting Artist

January 7 to February 3, 2005

Bridget Starr Taylor is an artist and illustrator living and working and working in New York City. She is the illustrator for children’s books ANIMAL FRIENDS (Dalmation Press, 2004), TEN SURPRISE PACKAGES FOR SQUIGGLE STREET (author Jennifer Loya, INNOVATIVE KIDS, 2002), WHERE'S WHITNEY? (author Michael W. Smith, Zondervan Publishing, 2001), MISS HILDY’S MISSING CAPE CAPER (author Lois Grambling, Random House 2000), HARRY McNAIRY, TOOTH FAIRY (author Ann Fitzpatrick Alper, Albert Whitman and Co., 1998), and many others. Ms. Taylor has had illustrations published in the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Highlights Magazine, Publishers Weekly, MacUser, and the National Review. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rhode Island School of Design in 1982. She is a proud alumna of The Taft School. Ms. Taylor is married to John R. Coston, an editor at the Wall Street Journal, and she is the stepmother of Winnifred Coston and mother of Reed Coston ’06 and Elias Coston ’08.