Jasna Dragun was born in Tovarnik, Croatia. She traveled throughout Europe as a member of the cultural and artistic society 'Metkovic'. In Zagreb, she is included in the joint work and activities of the group of artists gathered around of the Museum „Prigorje“. The first solo exhibition of paintings and drawings 'Impressions' is in the Gallery 'Kurija', Zagreb. She participates in several international and group exhibitions, juried exhibitions in the United States; VIII, IX and X International Exhibition 'Women Painters' in Majdanpek, Serbia: 5th and 6th Zaprešić Watercolor Biennal, Croatia; International Exhibition and Competition in Contemporary Art, Lituanian ArtWeek, Vilnius, Lithuania, won 1. place in the landscape category and 3. place in the watercolor category; participated in the AIR / HMC International Artists and 9 x 12 cm, the exhibition in Budapest, Hungary; Confluence'12, in the Galerie Art Eterne, at the Lalit Kala Akademi,New Delhi (India); III. „VoVa”- MINIArt 2013 The international biennale of miniatures, Vonyarcvashegy, Hungary. She is the members HDLLU (Croatian Association of Visual and literary artists), Zagreb. Published in the book Croatian Neretva Bulletin, WWAB (International Dictionary of Artists) and Costumes in the Neretva valley for centuries.
Large involvement in many solo, group and international exhibitions and has brought numerous awards and the last solo exhibition at the Library of the City of Zagreb 'Tin Ujević' showed works with higher boiling artistic concept executed in watercolor.
As a member See.Me organization participates in a spectacular show and an international gathering talents from 100 different countries: The Story of the Creative in New York City in the summer of 2013. Also, her works have been presented in the mass of animated collage on one of the largest buildings on the Billboard in Times Square the heart of New York City in the summer of 2014, also her image is digitally displayed in the Louvre Paris celebrating the Exposure Award in July 13th, 2015 among 190 countries of the world.