Jerrold Carton was my first cousin, although his children are closer in age to me than he was. I knew he was a fantastic artist, but never knew he was into reflexology and massage therapy. Perusing his website once again I am in awe of the scope of his talent and interests. Check it out; I’m sure you’ll agree.
This post was written by his daughter years ago, as she attempted to organize his artwork after his tragic death just shy of his 62nd birthday.
Massage Therapy and Reflexology Art
In the late ’90s, my dad decided he wanted to try to get into massage therapy. After working all day as an Art Therapist, he went to night school in Kansas City for massage. When he completed that he went more in-depth to become a neuro-muscular therapist.
He created these paintings for reference, which hung in his massage office. Eventually, he realized that he was too old to be doing two jobs, and wasn’t willing to quit his day job for massage. He gave the paintings to a cousin who was also doing massage therapy; she recently returned them to me.
These paintings have been professionally scanned and are ready to be made into high-quality prints on paper or canvas.
If you’re interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Update on Reflexology and Massage Therapy Paintings
As administrator of the website, you can reach Carrie there (email address above) if you could use prints of this artwork as educational props for your business.