Natividad Armador: Comes from the town of Juchitan in the state of Oaxaca. Natividad, whose native language is Zapoteco, learned the craft of Tehuan silk stitchery as a young girl. After receiving her degree in fine art from the Autonomous University of Bellas Artes in Oaxaca City, she discovered a unique method of combining this traditional stitching technique with modern design.
The result is silk embroidered art inspired by nature and native Oaxacan ritual. She has exhibited in several galleries in Oaxaca, Mexico City, Tucson, Arizona, Austin, Texas and Paris, France. Natividad is represented in San Miguel de Allende by Casa de la Cuesta.