Fellow artists Mike Leamons and Suzie Sterling craft distinctive bowls out of copper, which is hand-hammered and then enameled. This year, they’ll also bring copper and wood flower stands to the show. Says Sterling: “Enameling is an ancient art form, similar to Chinese cloisonné, in which we take a powdered glass and bake it in a kiln at 1,500 degrees. We never know what we’re going to get.” The artists have been creating their enameled bowls for five years from their La Mesa studio and have each worked for more than 20 years in copper. Both artists will be at the flower show.