Betsy Melchers’ sculptures focus on process and flow. Her works are created from recycled cardboard tubes. The outcome of each piece is defined by the repetition of movement, allowing the materials to flex and evolve with the natural curves of the cardboard. Betsy received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Hope College and has exhibited her work across North America, Europe, and Asia. She works out of her studio in the Cornelia Arts Building in Roscoe Village.