Pyramid Art Books and Custom Framing | Downtown | Galleries & Museums, Bookstores | Arts
The literary and business side of Hearne Fine Art features three walls of books, offering children's literature, biography, fiction, self-help, religious and, of course, art and art history. All authors are African-American (though Pyramid doesn't have the corner on this niche; the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center bookstore has a wide selection as well). Besides the occasional book-signing, there are monthly literary events, including a discussion with Arkansas authors every second Saturday afternoon, the religious "Did You Know?" series every third Saturday afternoon and a poetry discussion every fourth Saturday afternoon. Java Coffee next door handles the caffeine intake that now goes hand in hand with browsing. And like other indie bookstores, you'll find gifts here as well, including wonderful dolls.


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