1961 Born in Ertingen, Germany
1982 – 1987 Studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart
In the following years, he worked at the studio of his former professor, Christoff Schellenberger on Marienplatz in Stuttgart.
He made several large-scale commissioned works, such as a Taureau (bull) for Lyon, the Snowball Pillar in Hagnau on Lake Constance or the Hans-Liebherr Fountain in Kirchdorf/Iller.
The "Celtic Bronzes" took him to work in London, where Gerold Jäggle taught courses at the Royal College of Arts.
2000 Participation in the European Sculptors’ Symposium in Oggelshausen with the sculpture "Schale".
Since 1998 He has his studio and residence in a former fire department house in Ertingen, Germany.
Gerold Jäggle’s works are found in public and private collections.
1991 Galerie Uli Lang Biberach
1992 Art Cologne Galerie manus presse
1994 Galerie Schloß Mochental
1996 Art Strassburg
2000 Bildhauersymposium Oggelshausen
2001 Hornsey Gallery London
2002 Galerie Andreas Henn Stuttgart
2003 Cast Art Düsseldorf
2003 Internationale Triennale für Druckgrafik Krakau
2004 SkulpturAreal 3 Werkstatthaus Stuttgart
2004 J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles
2006 "11 Sammlerpositionen" Kunstverein Reutlingen
2006 "Das Symbol des Gefäßes in der Kunst der Moderne" Galerie der Stiftung Pro Arte KSK Biberach
2007 Galerie Andreas Henn, Stuttgart
2007 Galerie art73 Ratingen
2009 Städtische Galerie Spital zum Hl. Geist Riedlingen