Jenifer Enright learned from her grandfather how to turn candlesticks on a lathe at a young age. Later in life, she bought a scroll saw and taught herself how to make wood signs and puzzles and worked some fretwork. Then she discovered intarsia and has made intarsia the focus of her artwork ever since. She loves the pieces of the puzzle coming together as the project progresses through the stages of the process. She uses no stains or paints in her projects, choosing to let the natural wood show off the grain and colors best. Jenifer displays her intarsia artwork at Gallery 782 in Biloxi, Mississippi.