Rhodo Creations
Naturally Elegant Wedding Rentals, Railings & Custom Furniture

 

Rhodo Creations is a naturally elegant wedding rental and artistic furniture company.  My name is Bill Metes, the artist, craftsman, & woodsman.  I use rescued rhododendron, mountain laurel, and salvaged slabs of tree trunks to build my pieces.  My artistic ability to utilize the natural shape of the tree branches to create a natural flow within the piece  separates my work from others.  The art pieces I create  have been inspired by the inherent beauty and natural serenity of the Smoky Mountains. With creative vision and diligence I have become the pioneer of natural  wedding rentals and my committment to exceeding expectations  has placed me on Biltmore Estate’s and the Grove Park’s preferred vendors list.  As an alumnus of Penland School of Craft's creative capital team and semifinalist in NC's Art Council Grant my dedication to the arts is unwavering, and look forward to hearing about your creative visions.

 Galleries Currently Displaying My Artistic & Functional Furniture:

Seven Sisters Gallery; Cherry Street in Black Mountain, NC

Black Mountain Iron Works; Cherry Street in Black Mountain, NC

Trailshead Restaurant; Next to My Father's Pizza Black Mountain, NC

 Camp Grier; Old Fort, NC

Upcoming 2015 Art Shows: 

Black Mtn Tailgate Market, Saturdays 9-noon
 

 

 

PERIODICALS:  

      

Asheville Citizen Timesartist profile, March 7, 2010  http://www.citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2010303070029

Rental Management Magazinelife event products, March 2010,  www.rentalmanagementmag.com/Product.asp?ImgID=2964

 

Black Mountain Newspaper, mountain weddings, 2.12.09, C2

 

Natural AwakeningMagazine,     Rhodo Creations All Natural Rustic Wedding Rentals and Custom Furniture, January 2009, page 6

 

Black Mountain Newspaper, mountain weddings, 2.12.08, C2

 

Black Mountain Newspaper, Rhodo Creations has handcrafted  arbors covered, 6.7.07, B4

Mountain Express, Rhodo Creations, 2.21.07, page 13

 

Natural Awakenings Magazine, Enhance Outdoor Ceremonies with Natural Creations, February 2007, page 9