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Welcome! I promise it'll be interesting


​Apparently, I've always been into patterns (check out the slideshow on this page). That makes sense, considering my childhood and adolescence in the Dominican Republic. A colorful, bright and hot place making way for color-saturated patterns in my work.


Fast forward to my early 20s, I earned a BFA in Illustration from Parsons. Then skip ahead to late 20s, and you'll see me getting an MA in Paper Conservation :) Now I spend my free time making art on paper or making paper, my days as the conservator, and my evenings and weekends as mama Nati.​


I started making maps, which you can take a look in the slideshow below and I dabbled in surface pattern and hand lettering. Then I took a paper making class at the Paper and Book Intensive in 2019 and realized I could combine my interests in pattern-making with paper making and I pivoted my website and my focus (this is what I'm currently up to, takes a while to re-do websites).


Check out my CV here


Lookie here! I was interviewed on Mallory Whitfield's awesome podcast, Badass Creatives. Give it a listen below and make sure to check out her podcast here.

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Another awesome podcast and interview! D’Archive is a weekly show created by Graham Stinnett, an archivist at UConn Library.


Listen in as I give Graham and audio tour of the Conservation Lab at UConn Library.

Interview with Natalie Granadosd'Archive
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"I have been completely in awe of the skill and care that Natalie possess, as well as her innate understanding of all things paper! She is so complete in her understanding of her trade that she is able to freely express her knowledge and generously direct a client in the best direction.  Her ability to problem solve and frankly outstanding work always leaves me feeling very confident! "

— Alcamy, Nashville, TN


Beautiful addition to my collection of New Orleans local art! This is my second piece from Natartlie and it is just as beautiful. I love her style

— Nisha, California

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