One component of an interlocking tile extends its connectors and uses color variations to imply depth and an isometric perspective. Stained veneer is inlaid in a wood background.
This piece involves a bit of experimentation with an isometric knot. The interlocking square shapes require more than one color to give the effect that they are 3d-ish.
This piece is a single tile with its connectors extended. A repetition of the tile looks more like this:
Keeping track of the colors in just one tile was involved enough for me:
This piece was on display in the Schwarzbart Gallery and at the City-County Building in Knoxville in 2022.