After studies at Jordanhill Collage of Education, and a period of teaching she moved to rural Stirlingshire where she kept goats, hens and bees while she was bringing up her family.
Now Dronma spends most of her time painting and is a part time lecturer at Forth Valley College, and a member of the Glasgow Society of Woman Artists. (GSWA)
Painting is Dronma’s first love, and one of her earliest memories is of being given a stool and watercolour materials and sitting alongside her father learning to paint.
Dronma decided to study sculpture at Art School. The sense of form which she developed there is can still be seen in her paintings and the sensuous sweeps and curves are reminiscent of the plasticity of clay.
Dronma’s vibrant landscapes have gained her a fine reputation amongst discerning buyers of contemporary Scottish art, as a modern colourist.