To say that to dodge artistically is better than to dodge skillfully belies the fact that the former is dependent upon (inclusive with) the latter. The latter enables the former. The former prompts cultivation of the latter. One cannot dodge artistically (i.e., render one's artistic vision effectively) until one can dodge at a sufficient level of skill to even make such a rendering possible. If one successfully dodges such that the result matches the desired artistic outcome and one has no dodging skills, then that outcome was a fortuitous accident not likely to be repeated.
If one wishes to express oneself in a painting, one kinda' needs to first learn how to paint. At least well enough to effectively render that expression to one's artistic satisfaction. The only other alternative would be to render the expression ineffectively, which is probably not what any party to the work would want.
When a child first learns to walk, he doesn't do so from the blocks of the Olympic finals in the 100-meter dash. He must first master the basic skills of walking to eventually enable that end result. And, truth be told, most childrenmost of uswill never see the Olympics.
But a very, very few will...