Daphna Katzor-Laszlo began engaging in ceramic sculpture in 1990. The sculpting process usually begins with a chunk of clay; however, at times, clay links are used. The works are colored with engobes, terra sigillata, and different glazes and are later fired in an oven. The sculpting process is done entirely by hand. In some cases, the ceramic sculptures are used to create bronze casts.
Daphna’s sculptures all dwell in the world of surrealism, a fine means to describe her life story. The majority of them are figurative; however, some showcase still life, plant life, and animals. The inspiration for the figures in her works is derived from processes taking place in the artist’s life and her experiences. Accordingly, one could notice a repetitive reference to the woman figure, the man figure, and the relationship between them.