Alexandra Brueggeman (b. 1997, Michigan) is a Detroit-based artist and teacher. Her current practice focuses on mid-size oil paintings that portray unexpected and hidden scenes encountered during pedestrian travel. These scenes highlight salient features that reflect a place of prominence in both the scene's hierarchy and in the artist's emotional landscape. The composition and mood of these scenes vary depending on the location and time of day. The viewer is invited to approach her work from a personal perspective involving identity and memory.