The Spirit of Enterprise a modern fountain by Tom Lomax, 'Spirit of Enterprise', by Tom Lomax, is a water sculpture outside the extension to the Repertory Theatre in Centenary Square.
This bronze fountain features three bowls. The head in the first, facing the Hall of Memory, is based on a classical portrait and is supported by a coin on top of a stump-vice, used in the minting of coinage.
Enterprise leaps from its bowl, facing North, and rides in hope on a wave of water.
The head in the third bowl, Commerce, is a composite of many nationalities to reflect the multi-ethnic nature of the city and is backed by a ledger book. This bowl faces The International Convention Centre.
The view there in the painting shows the Birmingham wheel and the Hyatt Hotel in the back-ground, I just wonder if this will be moved to a new location or stay under yet another new development of Centenary Square?
Hope so our pair will for ever remember their tango around the discs, with fire in their belly as the rain fell upon their shoulders. Stamping and splashing in the puddles while the passion moved between them as their bodies sharing a moment of intimacy as the on lookers stood and watched this truly romantic expression of love