Vogue, August Issue 2010


My Sister’s Art™ is currently featuring the architectural green jewelry of Margaret Nowak Dobos. As an architect and designer for the past 25 years she has always had an interest in the avant-garde. The materials used are considered common and urban. Repurposed and recycled, they are transformed into wearable art; dedicated to sustainable design, with an aesthetic interest in architectural form. Along with her formal background in architecture this interest in a liberal, experimental aesthetic is evident in her work with aluminum and rubber – her jewelry is progressive both materially and in form, and like all of the pieces in the My Sister’s Art™ collection her style straddles the line between timelessness and contemporary relevance. Her designs are featured in galleries, museum stores, and fine boutiques in the Continental US and abroad.

In 2009 Margaret Nowak Dobos commissioned her sister to design rubber jewelry for her private collection. Margaret served as a muse, photographer, graphic designer, stylist, and creative director; crafting the company My Sister’s Art™ with the vision of bringing to market extraordinary rubber designs.

In 2010, with incredible delight, My Sister's Art™ was contacted by the New York stylist Karl Templer with a request for jewelry for an upcoming photo shoot with world famous photographer Steven Meisel. In August of 2010, My Sister’s Art™ was featured in Vogue Italia with model Kristen McNamara, bringing international attention to My Sister’s Art™ as well as the work of artist Kathleen Nowak Tucci. In The Atmore Advance (August 2010), Tucci's hometown paper, Tucci credits her sister as the mind behind the designer:

“My sister, Margaret, is the genius behind all of this,” Tucci said. "She is the genius behind this and getting this recognition.”

My Sister's Art™ continues to bring the work of extraordinary female artists and designers to markets worldwide. To see more of the work by artist Margaret Nowak Dobos go to www.margaretnowakdobos.com.

Available in Showrooms across the county. Please contact My Sister’s Art™ for their current schedule.