Description 15x11 WatercolorUluru is the commonly thought largest Monoliths in the world. However, Uluru is only the worlds second-largest free-standing single, large rock. Mount Augustus in Western Australia holds that title. Uluru located in Kata Tjuta National Park 450 km southwest of Alice Springs, Australia, was created over some 600 million years, and the Aborigines have been in the area for the last 10,000 years. It originally sat at the bottom of the sea. Only one-seventh of the rock is visible above the ground. The rest lies beneath the ground. The rock is notable for appearing to change color at different times of the day and year, most notably when it glows red at dawn and sunset.
Lisa Lu, State of Washington Member Since March 2009 Artist Statement Lisa first started painting with color pencils at the age of 10, and she has always loved to paint ever since; it allows her to express feelings with a peaceful mind. Self-taught and self-developed in watercolor and ink painting, each of Lisa's painting is a journey to adventure. Lisa presently resides with her husband and their son in the State of Washington. She is a licensed architect, and currently works in an architecture firm, while continuing self study and painting on architecture and landscape subjects in watercolors.