Local News Indigenous art installation debuts at King Street Station Originally published June 21, 2019 at 4:55 pmUpdated June 23, 2019 at 3:03 pm Artist and architectural designer Kimberly Corinne Deriana smiles after addressing the crowd during the dedication of a medicine sundial designed in collaboration with Coast Salish carvers. It is Deriana’s first major public art commission. The temporary public sculpture, which is intended to bring healing, recognition and awareness of First People, has been installed at King Street Station Plaza. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times) The temporary public sculpture is intended to bring healing, recognition and awareness of First People. Share story By Steve Ringman Seattle Times staff photographer Related Stories Oregon governor gets Johnson & Johnson vaccination March 6, 2021 Alaska Native, former state lawmaker John Sackett dies at 76 March 6, 2021 Amid pleas for protective equipment, how one firm put an ‘extraordinary burden’ on the nation’s troubled stockpile March 6, 2021 How a Holocaust survivor showed up for a coronavirus vaccine and charmed a hospital March 6, 2021 More Photo Galleries Snow — and more snow — on Snoqualmie Pass Seattle swamped with snowy scenes on Saturday Snowy scenes from the Seattle area Steve Ringman: firstname.lastname@example.org.