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jaggedart is renowned for its unique and definite style, showcasing beautiful, intricate and sophisticated works of art.

Its interest lies mainly in the unusual and beautiful use of materials manifested in organic works. Ceramic, grasses, wood, paper or textiles are used in innovative ways in works that offer a poetic perspective on the familiar, a new life or reading for the obvious, re-discovering a forgotten elegance.

jaggedart promotes up-and-coming artists through a varied programme of exhibitions that focus on three-dimensional pieces, works on paper, painting and photography. The artists’ intense involvement with the creative process is always evident and results in remarkably stimulating pieces. The gallery is situated off Marylebone High Street in central London, an area renowned for its individual businesses, and this is reflected in the style of jaggedart.

Charlotte Hodes, Filigree Gold Leaves, 2010, Under glaze and hand-cut enamel transfer on earthenware, 42 x 22cm. Photo: Matthew Hollow