Tyree Guyton (born August 24, 1955) is an artist from Detroit, Michigan. He is married to Jenenne Whitfield and continues to live in Detroit. Before becoming an artist, Guyton worked as a firefighter and an autoworker and served in the U.S. Army.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyree_Guyton
Detroit based artist. About; Philosophy; Work. Studio; Installation; Commissioned
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Tyree Guyton (born August 24, 1955) is an artist from Detroit, Michigan. He is married to Jenenne Whitfield and continues to live in Detroit. Before becoming an artist, Guyton worked as a firefighter and an autoworker and served in the U.S. Army.
Tyree Guyton. Primarily a painter and sculptor, Tyree Guyton has also been described as an urban environmental artist. He has waged a personal war on urban blight on Detroit's East Side, transforming his neighborhood into a living indoor/outdoor art gallery.
Tyree Guyton. Honorary Director Emeritus, Heidelberg Project Board of Directors. Founder, The Heidelberg Project. Tyree Guyton (b. 1955) was born and raised in Detroit on the street that gives its name to his most famous work - the Heidelberg Project.
Tyree Guyton is an American artist born in Detroit, Michigan, on August 24, 1955, to George Guyton and Betty Solomon Guyton. He grew up on Heidelberg Street and Ellery on Detroit’s East Side near legendary Paradise Valley. He is primarily a painter and sculptor, but is also described as an urban environmental artist.
Tyree has also been featured in major publications, books, and television (including the Oprah Winfrey Show) and was the subject of the Emmy Award Winning Documentary, Come Unto Me, the Faces of Tyree Guyton; and more recently the subject of a book published in 2007 by WSU Press, Connecting the Dots, Tyree Guyton’s Heidelberg Project—a 2008 ...
May 09, 2019 · On a bright morning last fall, the creator, custodian and de facto mayor of Heidelberg, Tyree Guyton, stood in the middle of the street, talking to a neighbor. Inconspicuous in a dark blue hoodie ...
- M.H. Miller
In 1999, Tyree Guyton was the subject of an HBO Films documentary, "Come Unto Me: The Faces of Tyree Guyton". This film won numerous honors, including an Emmy Award for editing  in 2000 and honorable mention at the Sundance Film Festival for director Nicole Cattell.
But making sense seems to be the last thing on the mind of artist Tyree Guyton. Guyton grew up on Heidelberg Street with three generations of his family, through the rise, fall and now-renaissance ...
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