Jargot first turned to a figurative style. Through the drawing of bodies in various attitudes or situations evoking solitude and recollection, he sought to represent the energy emanating from these subjects. Then, gradually, his work naturally turned to the abstract.
"Everything is energy and vibration: a flow of messages that is transformed in our minds into an electrical impulse. These flows are constant, and detectable. They travel and move from point to point to cross us. They are the witnesses and signals of life. Considered as a kind of imaginary magnetic resonance, her painting now seeks to give form essentially to all kinds of emotions: effervescence, joy, annoyance,... In short, the living thing that inhabits us. In particular, it draws its inspiration from scientific imagery."
Jargot’s painting borrows from various tools and media to explore different sensations, but acrylic (ink and paint) and natural pigments remain his preferred mediums.