Guardian of Twilight

Wolf Moon Art - Guardian of Twlight by Paul Bielaczyc
Guardian of Twilight Art Print

From the Artist

The wolf and the moon have long been symbols of the wild. Wolf art has decorated our walls since we lived in caves, bringing the wild into our dwellings.


This captivating monochromatic artwork, perfect for lovers of wildlife and the mystical, features a detailed and lifelike portrayal of a wolf, with the moon seamlessly incorporated into its form. The intricate details of the wolf’s fur and eyes are highlighted against a backdrop of dark, swirling clouds and a tranquil forest landscape below. This piece evokes a sense of mystery and awe, making it an ideal addition to any space seeking to inspire imagination.

Wolf moon art is a popular and unique form of art that depicts the majestic and mysterious animal in relation to the lunar cycle. Wolf moon art can be found in various styles and mediums, such as paintings, illustrations, sculptures, tapestries, and more. Wolf moon art appeals to people who love wildlife, nature, and the mystical aspects of life. Wolf moon art can also symbolize strength, courage, loyalty, and spirituality.

About Paul Bielaczyc

Portrait of Paul Bielaczyc

I have been drawing and whatnot since as long as I can remember.  Any spot in my school notebooks that didn’t have notes were filled with sketches. I drew mostly from the D&D adventures that my brother ran, as well as the fantasy books I was reading. I did a few pieces based on Terry Brooks’ Shannara series, but focusing on being a nerd, I didn’t have much time for art in high school.

When I got to college I dual majored in Computer Science and Art History. I minored in Studio Art, and took as many art classes as my schedule allowed. I seemed to be pursuing a career in art or art education, but decided to try graduate school in Computer Science.  I graduated in 2004 with a Master’s in CS, but again switched paths and returned to my art interests. Mike, my brother, and I co-own Aradani Studios, a costuming and art company that we founded in 2002. We travel mostly in the Southeast United States, to various conventions and Renaissance Festivals, selling our art, and our ears.

I currently call Nashville, TN my home, and don’t see that changing for quite some time. This is where my friends, my family, and my career is. When I first posted this bio, I said that, “I still have no idea what I want to do with my life.” Well, in those 4 years that I wrote that, I think I have found my calling. At the age of 26, I won the most prestigious fantasy art award there is, the Chesley Award. Mike and I have slowly but steadily grown this business into something that now employs other people! And most importantly, I love what I do, and I truly enjoy being able to talk about my art with people, and have a dialogue with them.

And I owe all of this to my brother. Without him, I don’t know where I would be today, but it wouldn’t be here. And I hope he always remembers that I am grateful to him.

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