Wilton artists Nancy McTague-Stock and Ruth Ipe are among the professionals ending the “Summer” exhibition series at Brendan’s 101 in Rowayton. They are among the Wilson Avenue Loft Artists sharing the second floor of a refurbished factory building at 225 Wilson Avenue, just over the border of Rowayton in South Norwalk.

With summer as their muse, 12 of the 14 nationally exhibited artists have made pieces specifically for the small gallery space at Brendan’s 101, which also features American comfort food.

Additionally, all artists work on commission and in a variety of media. To view individual websites, visit wilsonavenueloftartists.com. Each of the artists has a photo of their work on the page. When you click on each photo, you will be brought to each artist’s page, which will have information and each artist’s personal web address.

“Summer” is on display through Aug. 27. A reception for the artists will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 22. The public is invited. Brendan’s is at 101 Rowayton Avenue.