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Sacred Path
By Joseph Chamberlain
Native American Artist, South Dakota
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Joseph Chamberlain is a Yankton Dakota from South Dakota. He is a self taught artist who portrays the traditions and spiritual aspect of Plains Indian people with his one-of-a-kind paintings in water color, colored pencil, acrylic and pen and ink. Joseph’s award winning art has earned him a Peoples Choice Award, Storyteller Award and a Judges Award at Red Earth 2006. He also illustrated the 2005 Nammy-nominated children’s book, How Not to Catch Fish. Joseph is also a tireless advocate for American Indian wellness and the betterment of all Indigenous people. Joseph paints with the hope that he may bring some of the joy and knowledge of the Indian ways to others. His Website is
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