Another Gloucester pastel, this on an 11x14 on pastelbord. I can understand why seaports and boatyards have always attracted painters. Where else can you find colorful and shapely man-made objects surrounded by sky and water? And there's always the patina of age, and other aspects of change and tradition. I went to Gloucester to see an exhibition of paintings by Charles Movalli, a great painter who died last year.