Leslie Wayne models paint like clay. In a new series of works, the German-born, New York –based artist wraps multiple layers of paint around standard rectangular wooden panels to create the illusion of fabric or metal; elsewhere she compresses sheets of paint at the bottom of a panel that looks like the painting was pushed through a compressor; still other works perceive as damp paint rags but are, in fact, painstakingly applied overlays of paint. Wayne’s works occupy the peculiar terrain where it is not exactly clear where painting ends and sculpture begins. At Jack Shainman Gallery through October 21.