Fred Kaplan is the originator of Metarealism, a unique visual language based on concepts in theoretical physics. It combines highly convincing treatments with abstract subjects. His work has been exhibited at museums, institutions, and galleries throughout the mid-Atlantic region and is included in many public, corporate, and private collections. Fred has received numerous regional and national awards.
A graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), Kaplan also studied at University of The Arts, Barnes Foundation, Fleisher, and independently in England and Italy. In addition to Fleisher, he currently teaches at PAFA and at several other Philadelphia-area art schools.