Pete Stecher

Pete Stecher

Born and raised in Germany, Pete moved to Bozeman, Montana, after living in Arizona for ten years. He has spent his life as an artist, working in a variety of mediums. His work has stretched from glass to wood, to steel and stone.

He gains inspiration from the harsh landscapes he has lived in and explored, such as the arid U.S. Southwest, Intermountain West, and recently Iceland.

Pete is an established Bozeman stone and steel sculptor, working with private buyers, as well as showing his work in public spaces. Several of his pieces can be seen in downtown Bozeman, at the Bozeman Public Library (both inside and out), at private homes in the Gallatin Valley, across the country and in Germany and Sweden.

Pete is a Gallatin Art Crossing board member, and was the 2011 recipient of the “People’s Choice Award” for Turning Stone. For more information, please visit

When not in his studio, Pete enjoys ski mountaineering – climbing peaks with skis- and rock climbing.

Participating Pieces:

Comet (Photo by Ben Johnson)


Medium: Steel & Stone | Price: Not for Sale | Location: CTA Architects | Location Sponsor: Kleimer Family



Medium: Steel | Price: $5,350 | Location: Emerson Center For The Arts & Culture | Location Sponsor: Emerson Center For The Arts & Culture

Standing Ovation

Standing Ovation

Artist: Pete Stecher & Ursula Neese

Medium: Stone & Steel | Price: Not for Sale | Location: Bozeman Sculpture Park | Location Sponsor: Bozeman Public Library & Quarry Works

Turning Stone (Photo by Ben Johnson)

Turning Stone

Medium: Steel & Stone | Price: GAC Permanent Collection | Location: Little Angels | Location Sponsor: Downtown Bozeman Partnership