Christopher Haydock PhD


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Wallpaper Design

Christopher Haydock Transcendent Self-Presence vector digital graphic after Art Form Conversation cultivating collective consciousness

Christopher Haydock

“Transcendent Self-Presence” (2005).

Transparent Spacer Joseph Haydock Called Back oil and mixed media paintng after Emily Dickinson tombstone epitaph

Joseph Haydock

“Called Back” (ca. 1990).

The background wallpaper perhaps evokes the self-reflection that could reconcile our outer lives of doing and our inner experience of being.  Self-reflective processes such as the Art Form Conversation can generate truly collaborative spaces for living and working.¹  Emily Dickinson’s tombstone epitaph inspired the life sized oil and mixed media painting.

Christopher Haydock and rotational isomer population gel graphic and non-crystallographic thioredoxin tryptophan and In-111 perturbed gamma-ray correlation

Christopher Haydock

“On First Thought” (2005).

Transparent Spacer Jessica Plotkin Saepoff lithograph portrait of Christopher Haydock

Jessica (Plotkin) Saepoff

“Lithograph Portrait” (ca. 1980).

This vector digital graphic collage arrangement creates a Web page wallpaper with vertical period of 600 pixels and horizontal period of 1024 pixels.  Visit Jessica (Plotkin) Saepoff’s Web site.


  1. Jean Watts, Pat Miller, and John Kloepfer, “Cultivating Collective Consciousness with Transcendent Self-presence: A Guided Dialogue Method,” Group Facilitation: A Research and Applications Journal, Volume 1, Number 1, Winter 1999, Pages 22–31, International Association of Facilitators back issue, Facilitative Leadership Training Institute preprint.