What began as a pop-up gallery became a permanent fixture, a dream come true for founder Anyka Barber. Betti Ono Gallery now operates as a multi-purpose space—boutique, gallery, community space, and more. The gallery hosts a variety of artists and doesn’t shy away from the issues that affect minorities and women. During a visit to San Francisco, for example, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh exhibited her work at the gallery and met with women from San Francisco.