These are not two opposites at all.
Artificial Intelligence is the field of study which seeks to create and measure the ability of computer-based machines to exhibit "intelligence." But there is no clear definition of the "intelligence" that it is seeking to create. The original defining proposal is the Turing Test, where a computer who can speak but not be seen is thought to be a person by a person the computer is talking to from behind a curtain. But that is primarily a thought experiment. And it defines the goal of AI as being able to reproduce natural conversation, not human creativity.
There are many, many types of intelligence in living beings, and computers cannot replicate many of them. Interpreting sensory perceptions into objects is one. Being able to walk (even on six legs, like an ant) is another.
A current advanced theory of intelligence is the Multiple Intelligences theory of Project Zero (Gardner) at Harvard. He proposes 7 intelligence. Creativity is not a separate intelligence in his system; creativity would be present in different ways in all seven of the intelligences.
Creativity exists in animals. For example, there are species of songbird where each bird has his or her unique song. Human creativity goes far beyond that, but is built on creative talents in animals.
There have been many attempts to define creativity and creative intelligence, but, to my mind, none of them is very satisfactory. For example, problem solving is one part of creativity, but not the whole story. For another, novelty is a very important part of creativity in the modern West, but other cultures see creativity as more about connection to the harmony of nature than about novelty.
Enjoy your creativity and your intelligence. If you or your computer wants to chat, please give me a call.