Ben Morales-Correa is a fine artist working in both abstract and figurative styles.
He started developing his artistic skills at an early age through the teachings of his father, a master graphic artist, illustrator and printer. During the late 70s and early 80s, he moved to San Francisco, California to pursue studies in fine arts and communications arts. At the same time, Morales-Correa worked in public mural art projects and graphic design studios.
In 1982, he was granted a summer scholarship by the San Francisco Academy of Arts, and was awarded First Prize in Photography by Archaeology Magazine of New York in 1996. In 1992, Morales-Correa established an atelier under the name Mythos, where he created and developed innovative techniques in the manufacturing of fine ancient Egyptian painting replicas. These works have been acquired by collectors, teachers and Egyptian art enthusiasts in the United States.
A substantial quantity of the artist's output have been carefully digitalized and are available as museum quality high resolution prints on archival paper.