Dronma was born in Glasgow, studied at Laurel Bank and then Glasgow School of Art. After a period of teaching she was appointed Art Director of Glasgow Arts Centre.
Dronma’s vivid landscapes have gained her a reputation amongst discerning buyers of contemporary Scottish Art, as a modern colourist. Her bold vibrant style evokes the character inherent in Scotland’s mountains and shores. The charged brush strokes don’t just depict the scenes, but conjure up the elements and atmosphere of the place.
Dronma has been a Tibetan Buddhist since 1976 and her unusual name is her Tibetan Buddhist name.