Intelligence is a measure of how rapidly and cogently you can solve a new situation comprised many variables or facts. It uses the constructional flexibility of the brain.
Artistry is the ability of convey or express a profound idea, using methods and concepts that are unique in their grouping, and still can convey emotion, and a sense of order and fine technique,to those that experience your art.
Neither of these has ONE BIT of connection to making a boatload of money. Or being homeless. I tell my students that they must be passionate about their art - but DISPASSIONATE about the workings of the business that supports it. I am not alone in this idea. The image of the *starving artist* most often comes for loser, or people with limited talent or training, or a poor work ethic. MANY of us have had long a very financially rewarding careers in the arts. I have made very single dollar since 1973, in professional music. So have MILLIONS - I am hardly unique. There is no secret - we get the best possible education, and then work our butts off - and live sensible financial lives. NOW - we get to reap the benefits. financially, and have had a life well-spent in doing the HARD WORK we live.
I did not find this question until the poster awarded a BA - that I do not agree with, and find simplistic. But I felt moved to post anyway.