West Hartford, CT, March 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- A giant mural now graces the once white walls of SuperKids-Karate West Hartford. The elaborate piece depicts the landscape of Africa, India, China, Korea, Japan and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to pay homage to where the martial arts taught at SuperKids originated.
One of the most notable attributes of the Mural are the vivid colors used to accentuate the details. Vast landscapes of forest and beach encompass the mat used for the Karate classes, both livening and creating a sense of serenity to the SuperKids environment.
“It's a breathtaking sight to come into every day,” says assistant instructor Sam Mayville, “I feel privileged to be able to train at such a beautiful school.”
Everyone is excited by the mural, especially the children's parents who constantly remark on how captivating the piece is. “The school feels so pleasant”, remarked one Mother.
Head instructor Paul Bratslavsky (SuperKids-Karate.com) remarked “It is an honor to be affiliated with a school that has so much life woven into the walls”. One thing is for sure, that everyone involved with the SuperKids-Karate program loves this Mural, and who can blame them?