Holiday Arts Tour Stop: Re/Max Results Realty and Accent of the East

We have another Tour Stop by NCLAC intern, Jordan Whaley. Holiday Arts Tour begins tomorrow and runs through Sunday, with different activities each day. This page will give you all the details.

Holiday Arts Tour Stop: Re/Max, 201 N. Trenton St.



You definitely don't want to miss the Re/Max building on this year’s Holiday Art’s Tour. Re/Max is a full service real estate office serving all of North Louisiana. Marguerite Hogue and Emily Gautreaux will both have work on display upstairs in the Re/Max building.

Marguerite Hogue is a sculpture and a painter. Her work depicts aged structures and homes that are a direct influence from her experiences as a child. Emily Gautreaux is a painter and illustrator. Her work is mixed media and is influenced by still life, nature, pop culture and illustration.

On Friday evening, there will be a live performance by Elizabeth Vidos outside of the Re/Max building. She is a percussion artists who uses buckets as well as her body to make music. She has even toured with STOMP! This is not a performance you want to miss: 7-8pm Friday.

Holiday Arts Tour Stop: Accent of the East, 122 N. Trenton St. 


Accent of the East is a unique stop on this year’s Holiday Arts Tour. Ruth Yung and her husband  have been operating their business in the same building for 38 years. Year round you can find Chinese tea sets, Asian inspired home decor as well the owner’s Ruth Yung jewelry. Ruth uses unique stones to make beautiful jewelry. Ruth and her husband also offer clock repair.

This weekend the shop will also feature Michele McGehee’s jewelry. Michele enjoys making earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets, and broaches out of vintage and antique watches for her personal business, Timeless Treasures Originals.

You can view her work at

On Saturday afternoon, Meihan Guo will give a special performance. Be sure to stop by Accent of the East to hear the beautiful Chinese harp: 1-2pm Saturday.