"When I started doing art under the brand Bloody Girl Gang, I was just using that as an outlet to express my personal feeling about being marginalized as an immigrant who is a woman of color," said Chan. "When COVID hit, I was, 'What can I do? How can I pay rent. I can't sell my art anymore.'"
Thank you to the wonderful folks at The Crucible and Juan Carlos Guerrero of ABC News for getting the word out the struggles artists are facing during the pandemic.