This interview was published in the March/April 2012 issue of Louisiana Life
Memories of a burning landscape
By John R. Kemp
Pablo Picasso once said a “painter paints to unload himself of feelings and visions.” For Mandeville artist Tanya Dischler, painting “is an emotional journey of highs and lows, happy and sad, excitement and disappointment. It keeps pushing me to go beyond. It allows me to paint emotions and feelings.” Read More...
This interview was published in the November-December 2010 issue of 20 INSIDE NORTHSIDE magazine.
Beyond the Bayou
by Stephen Faure
Artist Tanya Dischler
“I’M BORN AND RAISED on the bayou with mud between my toes,” says this issue’s cover artist, Tanya Dischler, recalling a childhood that could form a new stanza for Creedence Clearwater Revival’s swamp-rock hit Born on the Bayou. But, unlike that song’s hero, she remembers running around the cane fields and fishing alongside alligators—but not necessarily “chasing down a hoodoo there” like the song says. Read More...
Tanya featured in Women in Business (Inside Northside)