Ooh, good topic. I've been thinking about this myself. I assume "artist" is meant in the broad terms - ie. all creative professions.
Here's my take on it. I'm just talking about it from the angle of music - although I think much of it applies generally.
Sensors - like to create a sense of a time, a place, an experience and reflect on the accompanying thoughts, sensations and emotions. It feels very immediate and evocative of a situation. Often telling a story. It can be like you're there, experiencing it too, or instead stirs up memories of your own experiences. Use metaphors to create the sense of the subjective reality.
Intuitives - like create something that is more removed from the direct experience. The lyrics circle the subject matter but often don't address it directly. Tend to be more esoteric in meaning. Not usually linear or story driven, and instead explores the "story" of the concept/emotion. Use metaphors to create a sense of the underlying elements/meaning.
So based on this perhaps you could say:
Evoke a sense of the experience
Story of a situation
Impressions of manifest elements
Evoke a sense of the concept
Story of an abstraction
Impressions of latent elements