Stinger is an outdoor 1967–1968/1999 painted steel sculpture by Tony Smith, installed at Olympic Sculpture Park in the neighborhood of Belltown in Seattle, Washington. It was installed there after being donated by his family.
It is attributed to Tony Smith although it was made 19 years after his death. This is because the original sculpture was finished in 1968 and was made of plywood, but Smith wanted it to be made of steel.
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