Theo van de Goor is an artist by profession. At first glance, his paintings, objects and etchings may seem very different. The subjects of his work also differ; from still life and natural scenery to mythical, biblical and classical scenes and further on to fables and self-portraits. A returning theme in the artist's work, however, is Theo van de Goor himself. He made paintings of himself as an angry missionary, as a Roman soldier, as an American Indian and as a devil. He made etchings of himself as the biblical figures Beelzebub and Apollyon. The objects he creates are colorful fantasy creatures. Many of these objects also conceal images of the artist himself.