The childhood of Dmitriy Yakutseny were in a small Belarusian village.
From early childhood, he liked to draw. Later it grew out of simple hobbies … to the need and necessity without which he did not even imagine himself.
In the early 80's he came to Leningrad, and remains in this city ... and learns professionally artistic craft. Engaged in art studios ... with various venerable artists (for example, Vladimir Proshkin). Then he studies at the art faculty of the institute.
The artist Yakutsenya follows the traditions of the Wanderers, a phenomenon in the Russian painting of the late 19-th century.
He seeks the harmony of the world in a nature. In his paintings many remarkable places are depicted, this is valuable both in the artistic and historical aspects. Yakutsenya like the impressionists, is looking for in nature not just accuracy and reliability (this goes without saying), but he reveals the "spiritual" state of the depicted ... painting is the language of narration, presentation of impressions of what he saw, emotional reflection ...
He really is a real Wanderer of the 20-21 century.
The creative path of the artist Dmitriy Yakutsenya is comparable with his own paintings, bright and radiant.