Sue Baker Kenton is a visual artist whose work is rooted in observational drawing.

Her images evolve over time in a considered and reflective way, echoed by the processes in which they are rendered: primarily lithography and etching.

Following a period working on a project at Hugh Stoneman's Print Centre in London, Sue undertook an MA Printmaking (Distinction), and received Arts Council funding for further research into lithography at the Curwen Print Study Centre.

She conceived and co-ordinates Ghost[ed.] with Nicole Polonsky.

In 2015 she completed a research trip to Crown Point Press in San Francisco, where she developed a series of prints using photogravure and spit bite techniques. During 2017 she will be visiting France to undertake a drawing residency and shortly afterwards Spain to undertake a printmaking residency.

Sue exhibits nationally and internationally; her work is regularly selected for major printmaking exhibitions. She is currently a print fellow at the Royal Academy Schools (2016-2018).