Wolf (Ta-sha) Leads the Caddo People by Raven Halfmoon

Wolf (Ta-sha) Leads the Caddo People by Raven Halfmoon


Black stoneware, underglaze, glaze.

“Wolf (Ta-sha) is my interpretation of my tribes (Caddo) Creation Story. In the story, our people lived in darkness until a man named Ta’sha (wolf) came and said he would lead us to a beautiful new world. The only condition was to not look back at the darkness or the passage would be closed forever.

One man did look back and the passage closed, trapping some of our family members forever.

My Wolf is adorned with Caddo tattos and the hands represent the lost ancestors who are trapped underground, so close to the light.”

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About Raven Halfmoon:

Raven Halfmoon (Caddo Nation) is from Norman, OK.  She attended the University of Arkansas where she earned a double Bachelors Degree in ceramics/painting and cultural anthropology. 

Her work has been featured in multiple exhibitions throughout the U.S. including Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Texas, Montana and California. 

In 2017, Raven completed a long-term residency at the Red Lodge Clay Center in Red Lodge, Montana. 

Raven is currently based in Denton, TX where she is working to establish her own studio and continues to produce work at Texas Women’s University.