Shoes hung on phone lines inspired autistic Edina student's award-winning sculpture

  • Article by: CANDICE WHEELER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 30, 2013 - 3:02 PM

When 15-year-old Harrison Halker Heinks saw a pair of old shoes dangling from a telephone wire, an idea for a work of art sprang into his head that he believed might win the National Scholastic Art and Writing Award of which he’d been dreaming.

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Marykate1May. 3, 1311:58 AM

Congratulations and way to go, Harrison! I really like your "Homeless Shoes." Always be thankful to God for this talent He has given you.

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